Waste Knot – the art of the Zindekh
Exhibition at Larusi 01-14 Feb 2019read more
Our new studio space was launched with an exhibition of Zindekh rugs. The exhibition was very well received, and together with an accompanying feature in...
Measuring around 60cm by 100cm, small mats made with left over wool and fabrics on plastic flour sack backing, each Zindekh represents a unique act of creativity, as well as a brilliant example of...read more
- "You never heard from us again because the three rugs are PERFECTION in their Scottish home. LOVE" Tilda Swinton
Traditional Berber rugs are only made by women; passing on their unique knowledge of design and craft to the younger generation; it is this genuine creativity of pattern and design that we seek in...read more
Larusi travels far and wide to add new pieces to its unique collection of Berber rugs assembled over two decades.
Behind these walls could lie treasures of the everyday. Souad Larusi, a native of Fes, has established contacts throughout Morocco to help her source the increasingly rare original Berber crafts...read more
- "Larusi has long been a mecca for high-quality antique and bespoke Berber rugs. Now it's set to be the place to go for gorgeous linen bedding with that slept-in look..." World of Interiors
All our vintage rugs are carefully checked, thoroughly cleaned and where needed carefully restored, so they may continue to radiate their crafted beauty in your home for a long time to
Our rugs, textiles and found objects are collected and coveted by design pioneers and tastemakers across the country and beyond – a testament to their unique and enduring
…To many a Larusi rug has become the eponym for high quality Berber Beni Ouarain rugs…
Larusi tribal rugs and textiles was set up by Souad Larusi in 2000, specialising in the weavings of the Berber tribes of Morocco to bring them to a wider audience and to encourage their use for interior decoration; the rugs, although of humble provenance, are crafted from excellent quality wool, with subtly variegated designs that look uncannily modern to contemporary eyes.
Her curiosity for well crafted textiles and weavings led to more discoveries and the collection now holds a range of unique textiles from all over the world.
The bed linen range introduced in 2012 brings a similar informality to sleeping textiles, being pre washed and a bit crumpled, ease of care is added to linen’s well known qualities of durability and breathability, making these linen sheets a truly informal luxury. All linen is thread dyed in colour ranges unique to Larusi.
Souad continues to source new and exciting home accessories, her keen sense for genuine craft, colour, texture and the haptic qualities of each product guiding the way.appointment
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