Boucherouite is colourful and handmade by women in villages around the Atlasgeberte. The Boucherouite was created in the 1960s. Typical of a Boucherouite is that in addition to wool, recycled materials such as old clothing and t-shirts have been used. These rugs are made by Berber women initially for their own use in their homes or tents. The exentrite patterns are sometimes geometric and sometimes totally abstract. A true work of art on the floor, on the wall or draped over the sofa. Each rug is unique.