This Beni Mguild, Teddy, has a recognizable Berber pattern that is broken and faded just enough that it makes your eye jump around when looking at it. Can a carpet glow? Teddy would argue yes.
The beige and peach base is faded to perfection and is a stunning backdrop for the motif that we commonly see from the Beni Mguild tribe, done here in blue. A color scheme June + Blue couldn't pass up, so here it is.
The Beni Mguild tribe originates from the Middle Atlas mountains and traditionally made their carpets to protect them from harsh mountain winters. They were used to cover cold floors, and even as blankets when the temperatures were in their lowest.
Berber rugs were not made for production, but as functional pieces to be used for many years and passed down through generations. The amazing thing about this is that it means that all the beautiful colors and patterns used have a true meaning behind them that are personal expressions of the woman who made it. These pieces can show signs of wear which I believe adds to their beauty and value, while telling a story about where they were before June + Blue. All rugs are cleaned, and any repairs needed are done in Morocco before shipment. I only select rugs in excellent vintage condition with minimal repairs.