To clean, vacuum the rug regularly, and air and shake it outside from time to time. The easiest way to remove stains is to immediately absorb the spill/stain with a clean cotton cloth or kitchen towel and then carefully dap (not rub!) the stain away with a clean, damp cotton cloth. The rug is made from different leftover cloth materials.
Adding rugs to your home creates a cozy and homy feeling while absorbing sound for better acoustics.
The Boucherouite rag rugs are made from leftover pieces of cloth – from the production of clothes and textiles – which the Berber women give new life by reusing and weaving them into an artistic rug. All rugs are unique pieces of art. The name Boucherouite is derived from Bouts de chiffons meaning leftover fabrics. Many different types of material are used in a Boucherouite rug: cotton, nylon, wool, lace, tulle etc. Each piece of cloth is woven into the rug using a special technique that is handed down from mother to daughter through generations. The Boucherouite rugs are characterized by their colorful and unique nature. Adding a touch of warmth and color to any home they have grown very popular among interior decorators and design enthusiasts all over the world. The most common size is about 100×170 cm. The smaller rugs are also used as wall decorations and are perfect for framing.
Dive into Tibladin’s collection of Boucherouite rugs to find your favorite!