Beni Mrirt 395x268 cm – Nomad Chic
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Beni Mrirt 395x268 cm


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Beni Mrirt rugs are made of 100% soft and tender highest quality sheep wool, which is carefully gathered and taken care of.
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Rugs from our regular collections are already in our warehouse and will be shipped to you within 1-2 days after placing your order. The delivery time will depend on the chosen delivery service.


You can return any orders, except those that are customized specifically for you. If for any reason you are dissatisfied with your purchase or have simply changed your mind, please advise so in writing to within 3 business days of the receipt date. Please include your order number and the reasons why you are dissatisfied with your purchase.

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The easiest way to do clean your rug is to clean the rug on a weekly basis with a canister vacuum side to side (not end-to-end) with the beater bar on the highest setting. If you need to spot clean your rug, do so with warm water and just a little detergent. Wool naturally repels liquids at first contact so treat it quickly with a dry cloth and follow up with water and detergent and you should be fine.

Beni Mrirt 395x268 cm

€3.960,00 EUR

About Mrirt

The Beni Mrirt rugs are considered to be the diamond of the Moroccan carpets collections well-deserved due to their superior quality. At first glance, Beni Mrirt and Beni Ourain look similar, but there is still a significant difference between them. The Beni Mrirt rug knot-tying technique varies by its fine weaving which is done more tightly. Ornaments and color palettes are different too. Except for widely used geometrical prints, carpets can be decorated with abstract compositions and the traditional Berber symbols of different colors: from black and brown to indigo and ochre.