‘Darna’ means ‘Our home’ in the Moroccan dialect Darija; historically, Moroccan rugs are handwoven in the home and serve as a place to gather, to break bread and drink tea, to sleep, to celebrate a marriage or the birth of a child, as well as a decorative art.  A Moroccan rug in your home is a place to sit with friends and family just as it was made to do in the Berber villages.