Moroccan floor cushion – Beni Ouarain with Zanafi sides
This berber floor cushion from Beni Ouarain tribe with zanafi sides is a perfect addition to your living room or bedroom. With a bohemian chic vibe and Moroccan inspired elements, this is one of our favorites! The floor cushion is made from a zanafi rug so you can be sure that there is not one exactly like it. An original item!
Specifications of our floor cushions
- Handwoven by our cooperative of artisans in Morocco
- Made of wool
- The floor cushion comes without an inner cushion. You can fill the cushion (in a sustainable way) with old clothes or blankets. If you still want to have it filled? Send us a message and we will fill it for you.
- Washing instructions: we recommend you to dry clean the floor cushion. The washing machine will clean it, but not better ;).
Tips for using your Beni Ouarain cushion
Use this unique floor cushion to create a bohemian vibe, both indoors and outdoors. This cushion gives a warm atmosphere in your living room or bedroom, but is also useful as an extra seat for the lounge area in the garden. You can also use the cushion as a side table by putting a tray on it. Find a nice spot yourself and mix and match it with other decorations.
The pillow can also be used as a meditation pillow or as a quiet place to read a book. Note, not only you will be happy with this fine pillow. Your four-legged friend will also make extensive use of it.
Handmade floor cushions
The Zanafi cushion takes its name from a remote region of the High Atlas east of Ouarzazate. Originally, the rugs made by the Zanafi were used to transport the grain or materials needed for nomadic life. Today, the Zanafi have joined the Beni Ouarain group and still make their carpets and pillows for sale.
Our cooperative in Marrakesh manufactures the most beautiful creations. We continue to invest in the personal development of the artisans. Here we can proudly guarantee that every purchase will benefit the maker of your beautiful floor cushion. This is extremely important and the only way to maintain this traditional craft.