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  • lushy and soft woolen rugs

    newly handcrafted in Morocco

  • travelling beyond the ordinary

    meet the real Morocco

  • creating cosy and conscious homes

    ethically made interior items with respect for our planet

At YKON we believe that interiors are for living in, for keeping, and should tell you a story. We design our products with this in mind. Each single item is a celebration of the useful, traditions and the durable. There to add warmth and comfort to your favourite space.

Introducing our Beldi Collection

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity that we aimed for with this collection. It’s meant to add warmth, comfort and softness to your favourite places.

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Custom made rugs

Looking for a custom made rug in different sizing or colouring than the ones in our shop? Design a rug that fits your interior perfectly and is made especially for you.

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Dyed with organic materials and sources from earth

The wool is where possible dyed with plants, flowers, roots and minerals. And always by our own hands. The tones obtained from natural dyes are never completely uniform. But definitely chemical free.

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Ethically handcrafted by women’s cooperatives

Your new item is made by women’s cooperatives in the Moroccan Atlas Mountains. We sell directly from the cooperative to you. By skipping middle men, we realise a better income for the women and affordable products for you.

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Made from locally sourced sheep wool

We use 100% raw sheep’s wool, a naturally sustainable material. Sourced from local herds that live in Morocco’s higher altitude areas. The clean fibres are hand-spun with a spindle into the yarn that is used for our products. 

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Dar Isselday


Right after the Tizi n Tichka pass, on the road from Marrakech to Ouarzazate, you’ll find the renovated Berber house Dar Isselday owned by Kamal and Fatima Yakoubi. This charming guesthouse is a modern interpretation of ancient Morocco. The traditional architectural elements were maintained during the renovation. Upon entering the guesthouse, one immediately feels a…

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Moroccan mint tea (nana)


The merry sweet Moroccan mint tea is well known to most people. In Morocco you will be offered  a cup as soon as you enter a place. You can order it on each terrace for about 10 dirham. Approximately twenty sugar lumps go into a large pot. Oops. Almost everybody starts their day with mint…

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