Or Beduin, from the Arabic badawī meaning ‘those in the desert’; refers to the nomadic tribesmen of the Arabic, Jordanian and Syrian deserts, who are herdsmen that move with sheep, goats and camel trains. The colours and textures, shapes and forms of the Bedhouin lifestyle and textiles provide wonderful inspiration.

see:  tent living, rugs, textiles, camel train weaving …

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