In the old medinas of Morocco, old riad doors have become highly sought after objects by tourists and collectors as well as by new riad owners. The doors of Riad are particularly famous for their architectural design and their unique colors in Marrakech, Fez and Essaouira.
Morocco is famous for its handicrafts and as you stroll through the streets of any Moroccan medina (old town) you will see superb examples of local leather goods, rugs, baskets and tasseled blankets, upholstery, slippers, carved wood and much more, well Suite. Moroccan style, textiles and crafts have influenced major design houses and fashion stores for many years, but these items have recently gained unprecedented popularity – glossy interior magazine pages and influencer profiles. Instagram on the floors of houses and apartments. worldwide.
Ouarzazate is located at an altitude of 1160 meters in the wadi of the same name. This town is home to a craft center exhibiting and marketing local craft products including the famous “Ouzguitas” carpet in bright colors woven by the Ait Ouaouzguite tribe which brings together around twenty families.
Handicrafts in Marrakech: “This blueuuuu dream”
I’ve been wanting to replace this imitation Persian rug that I drag like a rug in the middle of the living room for ages. When we choose to go to Marrakech for the holidays, I decide to budget to renew this carpet! Marrakech is famous for its crafts, right?
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