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Berber carpet as a stylish home accessory

The Berber carpet is undoubtedly one of the hottest furnishing trends and is already considered a classic carpet by many.

Berber carpets have a long tradition

The Berber carpet has its origins in the very north of the African continent: in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco . robust wool carpets here generations ago . Their name is derived from this ethnic group who created this type of carpet. Originally these carpets were woven by hand. Weaving as a manufacturing technique only became established in the 20th century Weaving

The carpets are made of robust, natural virgin sheep's wool, which protected the nomads from wind and cold . These carpets were used as blankets, underlays and also as wall hangings in the tents for numerous tasks.

Marouk Collection, Design MK50
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Marouk Collection, Design MK47
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Marouk Collection, Design MK46
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Marouk Collection, Design MK42
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Marouk Collection, Design MK33
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Marouk Collection, Design MK45
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Marouk Collection, Design MK38
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Symbolism and design of Berber carpets

Traditional motifs adorn the knotted work made from virgin wool: triangles, diamonds and tribal symbols are typical of a Berber carpet. These differ depending on the region and tribe affiliation. This allows conclusions to be drawn about the manufacturer and production region. What all Berber carpets have in common is the typical asymmetrical pattern , which still makes them a decorative home accessory today.

Differences can be found in the colors. Most of them have a wool-white base tone , which acts as a contrast to the dark motifs; However, depending on the region, there are also variants with a different color scheme. Yellow, red or orange tones predominate , which are made from virgin wool dyed with vegetable dyes.

Selection of suitable collections

Discover our versatile design collections, which we present in detail on our website.

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Works of art made from pure new wool

A Berber carpet is made of pure, hand-knotted new wool in natural tones. Mostly in off-white, beige or light brown - black versions are only rarely found - the wool is natural, i.e. washed and combed, but usually not dyed.

The inimitable character of the carpets lies in the asymmetrical designs. Various geometric motifs form clear patterns that are interrupted by decorations with various animal and tribal symbols.

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The material used for traditional Berber carpets is high-pile wool fibers , which give the deep-pile carpets their characteristic “shaggy” look. A Berber carpet made of virgin wool represents a special tactile experience and represents real Berber carpet quality.

An important quality feature is the knotting. Classic Berber carpets from North Africa often only have a low density of 25,000 to 50,000 knots per square meter . If treated roughly, the carpets will quickly lose their wool.

To get around this problem, Mischioff has its own Berber carpets in Nepal . These Nepal carpets are similar to the originals both visually and in terms of craftsmanship, but have significantly better product properties .

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Berber carpets from the traditional Swiss company

of the Berber carpets in the Mischioff collections are based on the North African originals. Hand-knotted and made from high-quality virgin wool , they are in no way inferior to real Berbers. Our carpets have a smooth, low pile , which makes the carpets significantly easier to care for than their “shaggy brothers”.

The careful and fine knotting of the high-quality highland wool also gives the Mischioff carpets greater stability , which the originals lack despite the Berber craftsmanship. Mischioff's Berber carpets are very robust, easy to care for and hard-wearing and therefore meet the highest demands.

the right solution for private living areas as well as for highly frequented areas in project areas We would be happy to introduce you to our Berber carpets in more detail - discover our extensive range of decorative, hand-knotted carpets .

Rustic Berber carpet made from 100 percent virgin wool

If you are looking for a pure, natural wool carpet , you will find it in the Marouk Collection . A Berber carpet from the Marouk design line is made of 100 percent pure new wool and has a natural look.

The model for the decorative play of shapes are the classic Berber patterns in a modern interpretation . In various basic colors, from the Berber carpet in beige, blue and gray to the Berber carpet in black, the collection offers a large selection to suit a wide range of tastes.

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Highland wool from the Himalayas

The new wool used comes from the highlands of the Himalayas and has a very gentle and easy-care character .

The careful processing with around 93,000 knots per square meter ensures that these carpets neither fluff nor lose wool . Rather, they offer a rustic but modern look and can be integrated into a wide variety of interiors.

Popular sizes for Berber rugs

Your custom-made Mischioff Berber carpet can be in your individual desired size . The most popular sizes include:

  • Berber carpet 160×230 centimeters
  • Berber carpet 200×200 centimeters
  • Berber carpet 200×300 centimeters
  • Berber carpet 250×250 centimeters
  • Berber carpet 300×300 centimeters
  • Berber carpet 300×400 centimeters

Please contact us if you would like a specific size. The Berber carpet can also be made in round . Before you buy a Berber carpet, you can get advice from us and receive sample samples . Depending on your wishes, you will also receive information about cleaning and the price of the Berber carpet of your dreams.

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Insights into the production of our fair trade carpets

Design carpets with decorative Berber motifs

The typical asymmetrical patterns and motifs of Berber carpets are also used in the Sathi Collection. in Nepal from high-quality Himalayan highland wool, the collection plays with classic Berber motifs, some of which are worked out in silk.

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The Sathi Collection offers different variants in different color versions: beige, gray, brown, black, but colored versions are also possible. While classic Berber carpets are high-pile and shaggy, these carpets have a smooth pile that is around ten to twelve millimeters low. This makes these exclusive designer carpets much easier to care for .

The special advantage: While a classic Berber is always a unique piece, the carpets from the Marouk and Sathi Collection can also be ordered in different sizes, so that they suitable for a wide variety of residential and commercial spaces .

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Are you a furniture or carpet retailer and would like to add Mischioff Berber carpets to your range? We would be happy to inform you about our diverse collections! We invite you to register for our online catalog , which offers you insight into the wide variety of our products.

If you have any questions or require further information, we are happy to help you via our contact form , by telephone or at any time by email .

Are you looking for a beautiful Berber carpet for your home? Handcrafted Mischioff carpets can be purchased through our numerous sales partners. We would be happy to advise you in detail and point you to a Retailer in your region through whom you can order and buy a Mischioff Berber carpet.

If you have any questions, we will be happy to help you by email or telephone. We look forward to your inquiry!