WELCOME TO CARPETS & MORE

First and foremost we are a Danish based company bringing you the very best of new and old handmade carpets from the Atlas Mountains in Morocco. Eventually we will get around to the "and more" stuff - that being niceties for interior decoration. We are very proud to be partners and representatives of Bazar du Sud in Marrakech, the number ONE carpet manufacturer and collector of antique carpets and textiles in Morocco.

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THE BEST OF THE BEST

We are really proud to be the exclusive representatives in Scandinavia of the very talented people from Bazar du Sud in Morocco.Founded in 1940 in Marrakech by Mohamed Bencherif Lamdaghri, Bazar du Sud is one of the oldest carpet manufacturers in Morocco. Today the company is run by Moulay Ismael Lamdaghri and Moulay Cherif Lamdaghri, keeping the family name of Lamdaghri synonym with Morrocan carpets and Berber textiles.

Working closely with more than 200 rural artisan weavers, Bazar du Sud is specialized in the design of tribal rugs and are selling them worldwide. Also Bazar du Sud runs an educational facility where the artisans from the Atlas mountain villages teaches young girls to weave the traditional carpets.

Recognizing the importance of promotion outside of Morocco, Bazar du Sud takes part in international exhibitions such as "Domotex" in Hanover - considered the world's largest trade fair for carpets - and also "Hali Fair" in London.Tribal rugs made ​​or collected by Bazar du Sud have been exhibited in several museums in France, Switzerland, Austria, Germany and even the United States - demonstrating the beauty and richness of Moroccan rugs.

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OLD, NEW & ANTIQUE

Through our partner, we have access to one of the largest collections of old Berber carpets and rugs in the world. Any colour, style and size can be delivered. When it comes to new carpets, they are of course all handmade. Not in a factory, but by the rural women in the Atlas mountains. This is also where our partners find the extremely rare berber textiles with the traditional berber tattoo decorations. These are for the true connoisseurs and can be seen in museums around the world. And we have them too.