How to Choose the Best Berber Carpets for Your Floor

There are numerous carpets in the market today that it is easy to confuse their qualities. However, Berber Carpets are distinct because of their unique weaving methods. The methods are borrowed from their Tunisian ancestors who have maintained the weaving style. They are also referred to as Mergoum.

These carpets have been categorized among the luxury class of rags. The original carpets are made of wool, which makes them a premium quality product. It is also versatile and thus allows use in different environments or situations. In fact, it can be used both in residential areas and commercial floors in a way that enhances the appearance of the room it is installed.

The origin of Berber Carpets was the description of a fabric that was white in color with dark strains intertwined. These strains are usually brown or gray. The North Africans used a unique weaving style that produced this luxurious rag. The loop style used in weaving was the origin of the name. This name has come to be identified with carpets that are weaved using the looping style.

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