The Moroccan urban Carpet or ‘Zarbia’ generally comes from two large Moroccan cities: Fez and Rabat. It is distinguished by its patterns which are more oriental or Andalusian designs containing floral motifs like the tree of life, constellation patterns like the southern cross, or Islamic symbols like the Mihrab. The extremities or borders of the carpets usually mimicthe mosaic, plaster or cedar wood designs present in the space the carpet is supposed to be. It was usually made to match the living space. Considering the time and patience required to make the designs perfect, It was considered as an asset and was inherited through generations.