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Beni Ouarain Berber rugBerber Beni Ouarain rugs often appear in the living rooms of home designers. They didn't impose a decorative style . Unlike some carpets with an Indian or Persian cachet, Beni Ouarain rugs blend into the decor. They might have been imagined by designers artists of Paris, New York or Rome. But they come from rural areas of the Moroccan Middle Atlas.

Home design ideas

If you are looking for decorating ideas for your home, the following photo galleries can help you.

They present design indoor decor created by interior designers who have particularly impressed us by the choice of materials, style and color harmony around a Beni Ouarain carpet.

The universe of Beni Ouarain rugs

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Home designers and Beni Ouarain rugs

Interior Design, London

Maria Speakes, RetrouviusSpeakers Maria is an interior designer working in London. Along with Adam Hills, she runs an interior architecture firm named Retrouvius Reclamation and Design.

Recycled materials are central in their interior fittings. They come mostly from their warehouse salvage following demolitions in London.

One of their interior design projects is to make warmer an office area located in the Barbican Centre in London. This local has been transformed into a designer apartment for the reception of customers.

The choice of wood furniture, wedding beige, brown and black shades, and Beni Ouarain rugs create a rather successful atmosphere!

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Cool Industrial Venice Loft, Los Angeles

Hayden SlaterCo Founder of a fruit juice company in Los Angeles, Hayden Slater wanted in his office a comfortable and enjoyable space from an aesthetic point of view.

He said he wanted to fill it with things he likes. The Nature style was specially highlighted with green plants and handicrafts.

We especially like the African stool Senufo (Ivory Coast) of wood and thick leather chairs aged. These elements bring a lot of character and a refined impression with beautiful curves.

Cool Industrial Venice Loft, Los AngelesThe carpet Beni Ouarain reinforces the rustic appearance celebrating with his tribal African art. Its shades of broken white and brown natural wool definitely plunges us into a craft and natural decorative set in the heart of Los Angeles.

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Office design, San Francisco

Hunter AlleyWishing to spend more time in their offices in San Francisco, this Business women has changed its offices in a loft she wanted friendly and comfortable.

As to follow the dynamics of its business, color choice fell on bright colors. The framework is a framework for artistic whiteness, where the walls are adorned with discrete paintings in pastel colors.

The transparent living room coffee table suggests a carpet Beni Ouarain creamy white and black. The wooden table leg is original and seems to be created for the carpet.

Office design, San FranciscoBeni Ouarain rug is lined with diamonds like the walls are covered with rectangular tables. The room remains sober and bright, like the Beni Ouarain carpet.

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Diamonds shapes Beni Ouarain rugs

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Sources and photos credits:

- Barbican flat, by Maria Speake of Retrovius, New-York

- A Juicery Exec’s Cool Industrial Venice Loft, by Hayden Slater, Los Angeles

- Hunters Alley Office, San Francisco