The Boucherouite carpet, also called Boucharouette carpet, was born in the most modest homes of the Moroccan rural Berber tribes, which earned this Moroccan carpet the nickname of poor man’s carpet. Like most Berber carpets, it was designed to protect from the cold in this region of the changing climate of the Moroccan Middle Atlas. Except that in the poorest families, it was necessary to innovate to compensate for the absence of cotton or wool which are used in particular for the manufacture of kilim carpets and the majority of the carpets. This is how Berber weavers started to create carpets by recovering textiles. The result is a cozy, thick, and very comfortable carpet.