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Moroccan Runner Beni Mrirt beige 2.5x0.8m

Sale price€570,00

Tax included. Free delivery in Europe.

This Moroccan rug is hand woven and knotted in the Atlas Mountains.

Material: Wool
Size: 246*84 cm - 8.1*2.8 ft excluding fringes
Weight: 6 kg - 13.2 lbs
Pile Height: Flat weave and long hair
Fringe: On one side

Have you fallen in love with this Moroccan rug but the dimensions aren't quite right? Would you like to change the colors? We will support you to create a bespoke piece just for you.

We are in Morocco to find new treasures. We offer you 10% discount on all purchases over €100. Your order will be shipped on September 10th.

Pickup available at Casa Amar Usually ready in 24 hours

Moroccan Runner Beni Mrirt beige 2.5x0.8m

Casa Amar

Pickup available, usually ready in 24 hours

Via Giovanni Enrico Pestalozzi 4
20143 Milano MI


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All our rugs have already been brushed and washed with the traditional method.

Moroccan rugs are resistant and become more precious as time passes. To maintain their resistance, it is essential to clean them: the dust that accumulates damages the wool in the long term.

Cleaning Moroccan rugs is simple and we believe that taking care of our home and the objects around us is an integral part of "self-care".

You can vacuum regularly on low to moderate power. It is recommended to carefully vacuum the fringes.
In the first few weeks, knotted carpets may lose the excess hair trapped in the wool: this is completely normal, because the wool is perfectly natural and the manufacturing process is perfectly artisanal.

If the carpet gets stained, just quickly pour in a little cold or lukewarm water, possibly with the addition of a natural soap (such as Marseille soap or a delicate detergent). Never use aggressive detergents. Then you can dab with a damp cloth and, if necessary, rub gently.

If you wish, you can also take them to laundries that offer professional carpet cleaning services: it may be useful to do this from time to time, after a few years.

Discover all our advice on the page Carpet Care and Cleanin