We’re honored to be representing the work of Bart Deseyn. Read more about Bart’s project documenting Berber culture and habitat in Morocco, and see more of his stunning images here:
Large format black and white photographic prints are available to purchase through Breuckelen Berber. Please inquire for additional information.
Happy Holidays everyone! We’re so happy to announce our brick and mortar shop in Brooklyn is now open by appointment. A large shipment of carpets just arrived from our last buying trip, so stay tuned in the weeks ahead!
A gorgeous wool and goat hair Berber tent is en route to Brooklyn…you’re invited in the springtime to enjoy a cocktail or mint tea underneath and relax in the garden at our new shop.
We’re back from Morocco, and managed to miss the hurricane here in NY. Thankfully all is safe and sound in our neck of the woods.
We found some unbelievable treasures on this trip…more to follow in the weeks to come. This was one carpet buy we won’t soon forget, complete with onlooking neighborhood cats snacking on raw chicken heads as we made our selections in an ancient riad.
The Aalto family home in Hensinki, Finland, completed 1936. A perfect canvas for a Beni Ouarain carpet.
A new shipment of Beni Ouarains will be arriving next week. Just in time for NY fashion week, they’re getting primped and coiffed for the occasion.
Ramadan has come to a close, and another shipment of Beni Ouarains is getting prepped this week for the trek to NY. Stay tuned!
A few of our carpets at home with Michele Michael of Elephant Ceramics, featured on Remodelista this week.
Thanks to Remodelista for including us in their “Channeling Marrakech” issue last week.