Kilim “rugs” refers to a pileless piece of hand woven textile that is produced using a flat weaving technique. Kilims are also used a wall decor, hangings, table covers, bed spreads, furniture coverings or upholstery and even for bags. It is widespread throughout Pakistan, Central Asia, China, Iran, Afghanistan, North Africa, Caucasus and the Balkans.
A Kilim rug is a specific subset of flat weave or plain weave rugs. Flat weave rugs do not have piles and have a different feel compared to other rugs. Because they have no piles, they require less labor and materials to produce. In addition to that, a flat weave rug is also more affordable compared to hand knotted rugs.
Its unique texture feels relaxing on barefoot, while its practical uses include being lightweight and can be easily moved in and out of an area or stored away when not in use.
Maintenance is also not a problem because there are no piles which catch up dirt and dust and of course, there is no shedding.
Material: 90% cotton and 10% polyester yarn are used
Dimension: 150 cm x 80 cm