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The heart of nature
Green is the color of freedom, endless space, nature. Just like these terms, the Marouk MK53 also has a relaxing effect on its viewer. The warm, dark green nuances invite you to experience Marouk Collection
The pattern typical of a Berber carpet, which gives the green diamonds their shape in white and sand, seems like a distant memory of the African desert and high mountain ranges covered in snow.
The material also makes the Marouk MK53 particularly cozy and cozy: Hand-knotted from highland wool from the Himalayan mountains, the natural material in combination with the lush green brings comfort and warmth to every room, regardless of whether it is a private room or a hotel .
Abrash: Shades steeped in history
Color theory plays a major role in carpet art and, in addition to the elementary basic colors, this also includes color gradients - called abrash.
The history of nomad carpets has little to do with design, but Berber carpets or carpets based on them still represent the highest quality today. Color gradients were created during the Weaving of real Berber carpets during the creation process.
To this day, Abrash stands for real craftsmanship, because the nuances were created by hand-dying the yarn used, although deviations naturally occurred. Color gradients in single-color carpets are a feature of real and highest quality.
All carpets from Mischioff are created using the finest handwork. The carpets are knotted, dyed and processed in our own Manufactory carpet art With its deep green tones, the Marouk MK53 has incredible depth that can nestle into almost any piece of furniture. An absolute unique piece for nature-loving souls.
The rough nature of virgin sheep's wool
On their nomadic journeys through the North African states, the Berbers felt connected to nature in a way that people in the Western world can hardly imagine today. But the idea of this feeling is clearly conveyed with the Marouk MK53.
Insensitive and robust, the wool used from the highlands of the Himalayas reflects the nature of the nomads. These carpets are almost the only piece of furniture that tell old stories. The high wax content of the wool makes the Marouk MK53 at least as durable as the traditional Berber storytelling art.
Quality carpets with fair working conditions
The Marouk Collection by the two designers Dani and Sascha Misio impresses with its high quality - carpets that are made to last and will last for many generations and impress with their unique feel. In Nepal there are numerous hard-working weavers who transform the most diverse designs penned by Dani and Sascha Misio into truly unique pieces - entirely by hand.
In addition to the entire fair trade manufacturing process, the suppliers are also part of the Label STEP certification, our partner for fair trade carpets . This Swiss label stands for fair working conditions and compliance with human rights.