Rug boucherouite has decorations of Argyle with black borders. Dominant colors red pink yellow and black. Boucherouite Moroccan Boucherouite rug - meaning in darija (popular Arabic) pieces of fabric has reused-made and woven by Berber women mostly in poor, the Morocco cold areas and slums. Middle Atlas. High Atlas and major cities of the North. Manufacturing is woven on loom using mostly pieces of fabrics from clothing (collection of clothing that can do this in an area or village) or rest of pieces of wool for the off the himself one being more noble character after sorting clothes are cut into thin strips that are knotted on the loom in wool weft to then be trimmed with scissors. The Boucherouite is so carpet poor if we can set it, it isolates the cement floor or earth, cold and moisture has lower cost and is very easy to maintain by washing. Decor often varies by region and is mainly linear or geometric. Most colorful time, it can fill a wall or floor. So more than a common object, thanks to its composition and imagination that has woven it, it becomes a unique work of art because repetition is impossible, and every woman or young woman Berber weaving it has its own personality and artistic sense it own.