Maimana Kilim - 5'1" x 6'8" (155cm x 204cm)
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This is a Kilim rug, also known as Killam or Killim. Kilim rugs are flat tapestry-woven carpets. Since they are flat-woven, they often do not have a ‘pile’. They are usually produced by nomads in Iran. They are used for the floor, and also for hanging on the wall, tents, and curtains.
This rug is made from wool. This rug's natural material is soft, warm, and durable - a practical choice for any area, even with high foot traffic. The most popular material used for rugs for thousands of years, a wool rug will provide you a lifetime of comfort with easy upkeep.
This rug is made in Afghanistan. Afghan rugs are mostly assembled in northern and western Afghanistan, by various tribes and ethnic groups but mainly by Turkmen. Almost all of Afghan weavers make rugs that are about the same as those they have woven for decades.Various vegetable, and other natural dyes are the foundation of afghan rugs. The most typical rug that is made by Afghans is that of the octagonal elephant's foot (Bukhara) print, often with a red background.
This is a multi-coloured rug that hosts an array of colours which can pop in any room. This multi-coloured rug is a great choice for bringing life onto your floor with several emotion-invoking colours. Please note due to screen resolution and colour of pixels, the image may look slightly different than the actual rug.
This rug is finished with fringes, which are the warps of the rug that run all the way through the rug.
This traditional-style rug brings elegance and class to your room. The rich pattern and design give the rug a beautiful classic look. Most traditional rugs carry colours and motifs that are related to the region it was made.
This medium size rug is perfect for small living rooms, bedrooms, recreational rooms, and more. This size rug fits well underneath a coffee table, in front of a bed, or in any common room.