Kilim rugs have a bit of a different approach toward the rug world. Rather than being a centerpiece primarily for the floor, Kilim rugs have another usage entirely: tapestry. The Kilim’s focus is one that showcases the potential within every Oriental rug—a potential that’s drawn through their selection of styles and representations. With the Kilim having its purpose encompass being used as a tapestry, your Oriental rug isn’t chained to the floor. Instead, it can be hung from your roof or adorned upon your walls.
The color scheme and design of the Kilim is straightforward. In this straightforward approach, the Kilim can be both versatile and flexible when fitting into all living spaces. Through a myriad of mixed colors, knots, and a linear weave, the Kilim is a stylish, simple and unique member of the Oriental rug family.