Thanks to its multiple shades and its color reminiscent of the sea, the blue Berber carpet is the favorite carpet of Westerners.
What are the blue Berber rugs
Thanks to their color from 100% natural pigments, the blue Berber carpets have shades of blue that will make you travel. If it is not the favorite color of the Berber tribes, it will still be found on some Berber carpets. You will be able to choose between a blue ethnic carpet made mainly in the Boujaad region or a blue boucherouite carpet made from many torn fabrics and offering an artistic mixture of various shades and shades worthy of a work of art. The monochrome blue Berber carpet is however rare or even non-existent if you want to acquire an authentic Berber carpet at all costs. Geometric shapes and symbols specific to each tribe are indeed present on the majority of the pieces, all as unique as each other.
The blue Berber carpet in your interior
As we know, blue is certainly one of the most difficult colors to use in decoration. However, if choosing blue for your interior is risky, it is the choice of a very large number of Westerners! This cold color will, contrary to what one might think, tend to brighten up your interior and give it a warm side. It also symbolizes freshness, imagination or travel, and has a strong tendency to remind us of the ocean. Therefore, to combine a blue Berber carpet without making a false note, using white for its walls or furniture is a guaranteed success and will have the advantage of bringing out the different shades by giving a little touch of holiday home. You can also choose beige for a less pronounced contrast, black for an interior that is both dark and classy, or red to imitate the English living rooms. Note that blue and purple also go well together, although black and white furniture around a blue carpet or a colorful Berber carpet is still more common.