Kelim

Unlike most oriental rugs, kelim rugs are woven instead of hand-knotted. This means that a normal kelim is thinner than a hand-knotted rug, and that they often have geometric step-shaped diagonal patterns due to the weaving technique. Kelim means coarsely woven blanket in Persian, which makes it understandable that these rugs are also commonly used as quilts and bedspreads. Kelim are produced mainly by nomads in southern Turkey, Afghanistan and in northwestern Iran. Thanks to the fact that Kelim rugs are made of wool, they are easy to care for as the wool has natural dirt-repellent properties. Should you happen to get a stain on the carpet, cold water is usually enough to make the carpet look like new again.

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