Here's Why You'll Want Everything from the Citizenry's New Collection

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Authenticity is hard to come by on the home decor shopping scene, since most sites offer mass-produced versions of the real deal. That's why the Citizenry's latest seasonal design unveiling, The Morocco Collection, is so refreshing. Curated by founders Carly Nance and Rachel Bentley, the texture-rich capsule features authentic designs from dozens of local artisans — from woodworkers inspired by national architecture to weavers who craft textiles in a masterful, cohesive system.

Nance and Bentley traveled the country in search of hyper-local collaboration, which resulted in works like hand-loomed pile knot rugs crafted in Ait Bouguemez, Egyptian cotton towels made in Tameslouht, solid walnut and oak tables accented with brass built in Marrakech, and jaw-dropping Moroccan wedding blankets weaved in the Atlas Mountains. Each piece comes with its own handcrafted character and showcases a vibrancy of sophisticated details. And if that wasn't enough, 10 percent of sales will be invested back into the communities in which the items came. Check out the entire collection here, and see our favorites below:

Rahma Beni Ourain Rug ($2,275)

Stone Gray Amina Towels ($30)

Riad Leather Floor Pillow ($350)

Nahla Kilim Pillow ($175)

Samira Side Tables ($325)

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