At the source of the Berber carpet
At the source of the Berber carpet
The life of the Berber carpet in Morocco today at the heart of the craftswomen’s life and the rural world.
A magnificent carpet woven by a young woman of Berber tradition and gifted with a real talent. A perfect harmony between the colours, here an ecru white with an indigo blue obtained by natural dyeing, and therefore durable.
A beautiful encounter between contemporary design and the know-how of the Berber tradition in the art of carpet weaving.
Dar Arbalou starts weaving carpets from local wool. A local economy, a rare quality wool, a collective dynamic and the preservation of an ancestral know-how.
The snow-white carpet woven by Radia has made it to her living space. Measuring 2.50 m x 1.50 m, it occupies its dedicated space with majesty.
Another carpet woven by the expert hands of Lalla Keltoume. It carries the magnificence of blue. Size 2,43 m x 1,48 m and available for you.
A new craftswoman has arrived in the village. Lalla Keltoume has mastered weaving since her childhood. Here a Chedwi style carpet is being woven on a dimension of 1 m x 0,5 m.
A new Dar Arbalou carpet is being woven, still in the hands of the young craftswomen Samira and Fatma. Berber art in full expression: colours and freshness.
The latest Dar Arbalou carpet, woven by the expert hands of Samira and Fatma, has come off the loom. Measuring 2 m x 2 m, it is very soft with its harmony of grey and white. It will soon leave for France.
The latest Dar Arbalou finished by the craftswoman Radia. Not really Berber inspired: it was ordered from France. But this magnificent carpet expresses once again all the expertise of the women of Morocco and their sincere passion for weaving – Dimension 2 m x 1,50 m.
A very beautiful carpet has just come out of the craftswoman Radia’s hands. With a size of 2 m x 1.5 m and all in whiteness. Discretion and elegance. A Dar Arbalou order which will soon leave for France.
The star rug woven by Samira has met with deserved success. A new Dar Arbalou order came for a second one with a smaller size of 1m x 0.70m.
The latest Dar Arbalou woven by the craftswoman Samira. Size 2 m x 1.50 m. Made in natural wool, that is to say untreated and off-white in color, sprinkled with colored stars. The sweetness of authenticity
Fatima, after finishing her Glaoui style carpet, began weaving a new work, according to the Azilal style, size 2 m x 1.50 m. A delicacy of colors and freshness in Amazigh fashion.
The latest Dar Arbalou carpet: an original creation by the craftswoman Khadija from a little village near Ouarzazate. Size 1 m x 1.50 m. It perfectly illustrates the know-how and the sense of harmony mastered by these women of Amazigh tradition.
A new Dar Arbalou rug has arrived at its final destination in France. A beautiful soft piece of more than 5 m2 woven by the craftswoman Fatouma for nearly four weeks.
The first Azilal-style rug has completed its gestation in the hands of the craftswoman. Now is the time to cut the threads of his warp. An always important moment, almost sacred …
A magnificent Boucherouite-type carpet, new, discovered in a village of Aït Zineb and made by Khadija. Solid and flexible at the same time, soft and robust… the Amazigh world in itself.
Size : 240 cm x 150 cm
The second Dar Arbalou carpet is finished. He has left his loom and is ready to leave for France. A Glaoui-style carpet, 5 m long, the fruit of the beautiful tradition of Aït Ouaouzguite and the expert hands of Fatima, proud bearer of the Berber heritage in Morocco.
After a 17-day journey in its parcel delivered by the Post Office, the first Dar Arbalou rug has arrived safely in France. He has found his place …
The art of Berber women in Morocco shines a little more.
Start of the weaving of a new carpet ordered by Andreas from Switzerland (5m x 1m 10): Glaoui style carpet woven by Fatouma Bamoussa.
The weaving of the carpet is progressing …
Khadija begins weaving the first carpet ordered from the new Dar Arbalou service.
Beni Ouarain style and measuring 2.30m x 1.70m, the weaving should be spread over 2 weeks to the rhythm of Khadija’s days.