If you own property in Turkey, you'll eventually think about the interior design, and using kilims is something you should consider. Turkish carpets are works of art in terms of color, pattern, and craftsmanship, yet by those who are unaware of its unique beauty, kilims are frequently seen as the poor man's carpet. Kilims are unique in their aesthetic appeal and practicality.
originally made by nomads in Anatolia and Thrace, as well as in North Africa, the Balkans, Central Asia, Iran, and Iraq, not for a Turkish property. Because they are flat woven, they are sometimes grouped together as oriental rugs, although the Kilim should truly be in its own category.
Flat weave rugs are not knotted, have no tufted pile, and are produced on a loom. They create durable, vibrant floor coverings, but you may also use them as wall hangings. Geometric designs are the preferred pattern because of the weaving technique, a slit weave, although you may also occasionally see floral motifs.
I hope you have liked this little introduction to Turkish Kilims and will feel more comfortable buying one for your Turkish house, since they truly do bring that special something
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