(Source: Courtesy of The Citizenry.)
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Anyone with a spark for design has dreamt of wandering the vivid Moroccan markets and buildings for interior inspiration. Whether it’s the handcrafted rugs or colorful tile, there’s no denying the culture’s dynamic décor history.

So, when our friends at The Citizenry traveled to Morocco for its latest collection and brought back a journal of saturated imagery, we had to share their findings.

“We went to Morocco because it has one of the most ancient and exquisite craft cultures,” co-founder Carly Nance tells Lonny. “From Beni Ourain rugs to wedding blankets and leather poufs, these designs have been perfected over centuries.”

The two founders, Carly Nance and Rachel Bentley, along with product design director Haley Seidel, met with local artisans to source their new items in the most traditional and authentic way possible. “Most companies buy vintage items that have been bought up from poor families in the rural areas. We're focused on creating jobs and preserving these crafts — so we had to find people who know the old ways and are willing to teach new generations,” co-founder Rachel Bentley tells us.

The result? A glorious line filled with elevated Beni Ourian rugs, modernized wedding blankets, and supple leather poufs. You’re going to want to get your hands on every piece, stat. But, before you do, take a look at these images that beautifully showcase the process and path of the collection.
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