Miranda Brooks Moroccan carpets in Vogue

Simple Moroccan tribal carpets look exotic yet practical and durable in landscape designer Miranda Brooks' child-friendly townhouse, featured in the January 2013 issue of Vogue. Brooks hand-picked the carpets herself during a working trip to Morocco. These carpets feel like old familiar friends to us, warm and welcoming with a timeless style. Her collection of  Beni Ourain tribe carpets with looped pile and the red Beni Mitr  tribe carpets  mix well with her bright yet subtle color palette.  Emerald green, robin's egg blue pale lemon balance nicely against the creamy ivory Beni Ourain carpets, while the vivid red Beni Mitr carpets are the absolute perfect choice for the children's rooms and the bathing room, as they are nearly indestructible...and look good with strong hues of yellow, blue, or high contrast black and white.

Beni Ourain carpet with looped pile & simple stripes
 Beni Ourain tribe carpet with looped pile {plain, no pattern}

Beni Mitr  tribe carpet on floor + white Marrakesh Tile on wall for children's art

Beni Mtir tribe carpet

From January 24 - February 15, 2013 we are having a 20% off Sale on all of our Moroccan tribal carpets at our Pop-Up Souk in the Chelsea Market. If you haven't already been to Marrakesh to pick your own carpets, come to our pop-up where you can pick from our very special collection of Beni Ourain, Beni Mitr, Azizal and Boucherite carpets.

Imports from Marrakesh
Pop up Souk in the Chelsea Market
88 Tenth Avenue
New York, New York 10011
phone 212-675-9700
Winter Moroccan Carpet Sale!
 January 24 - February 15, 2013

Images: Photos by François Halard for Vogue