Giveaway: Hand-Made Amadi Carpet
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SPONSORED POST Amadi Carpets in Los Angeles is offering Remodelista readers a chance to win a vintage Beni Ourain rug from Morocco (shown below), which retails for $6,500. Entering is easy: just become an Amadi fan on Facebook by May 31. For three generations, the Amadi family has been designing and weaving handmade rugs using only the highest quality natural wools and dyes. The Amadi Carpets team travels throughout the world for production, sourcing, and inspiration and also sources vintage and antique carpets and textiles from Morocco, Turkey, Iran, Peru, and throughout Asia. Many of the pieces are one-of-a-kind, made by hand years ago, and are used as inspiration for new pieces. Visit Amadi Carpets at the original showroom at 408 North Robertson Showroom in West Hollywood (310-659-5353) or at the new Amadi Carpets Contemporary showroom across the street at 359 North Robertson Boulevard (310-859-0502). Above: The vintage Beni Ourain rug from Morocco dates from 1974 (the year is knotted into the backside of the rug), measures 11 feet 8 inches by 6 feet, and retails for $6,500. For a chance to win this piece, become an Amadi fan on Facebook by May 31. Above: Amadi kilims used in an outdoor setting by interior designer Kathryn Ireland . Above: A hallway runner from Amadi in a project by Kathryn Ireland . Above: A project on Catalina Island by Commune features a vintage Beni Ourian Moroccan rug from Amadi Carpets. Above: A Tulu rug made from dyed goat hair in a living room by Commune . Above: A black-striped rug made from natural woven goat hair in a room by Martyn Lawrence Bullard Design , featured in Elle Decor .