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Artistic Rug Collection

Boccara Design Rug Collection

Boccara has its own workshop with more than 300 professional weavers. All raw materials used have the finest quality such as the “soft gold” natural silk and velvety wool from New Zealand, the yarns are available in more than 800 colours from ecologically natural dyes.

Didier Marien started the series  “Boccara Artistic Rug Collection” more than 25 years ago, each hand-knotted rug is monitored by Didier Marien to ensure the best quality for our customers. With the best traditional techniques of the experienced weavers and woven with the finest materials, every single rug of Boccara Artistic Rug is the crystal of centuries-old craftsmanship and modern art.

All the exclusive artistic designs from Boccara series can be customized individually in terms of sizes, shape, and materials – natural silk and New Zealand wool. The rugs are hand-knotted by the professional weavers with respect to the centuries-old traditional techniques with special finishing.

The artistic rug collection is extremely popular among collectors and designers who has exceptional taste in interiors, many have been acquired into collections of private collectors, museums and art institutions, while Boccara never ceased to perpetuate the concept and renew the collection. 


In collaboration with Anna Mac, Ellen Richman, François Bonnel, Benjamin Ewing and David Stein 

The inspiration for this collection is abstract art. Last year, Boccara Gallery started a collaboration with a group of selected artists representing this movement: Anna Mac, Ellen Richman, François Bonnel, Benjamin Ewing and David Stein. 

This new limited-edition artistic rugs collection will be presented exclusively at the Palm Beach Show in February 2020.

All the artistic rugs are hand knotted and manufactured in the Boccara workshop to ensure the best quality and attention to detail.

With this new collection Boccara Gallery wants to match the particular practice of an artist with the complexities and subtleties of weaving and creates real works of art.