A room without a rug is like a birthday cake without icing: it's not necessary, but it's a mildly disappointing.
If you are looking for a rug which have remarkable patterns with rich color palettes, regardless of the predominant style in your home is classic, traditional, modern or minimalist, Kilim rugs are the best option for you.
When a kilim rug is mentioned, several questions arise, such as: What are they? How to style these rugs? And how are they made?
This blog will answer all of your questions about the beautiful kilim carpets.
What is a Kilim Rug?
Kilim rugs are a type of lint-free carpet that can be placed on floors or hung on walls, made from hand-woven hair or wool. Because of their exotic color harmony, simple pattern richness, and bold geometric expression, they are mostly used for decorative purposes.
How is Kilim Rug Made?
The flat weave technique is used to make kilims. Instead of knotting different colored wefts (crosswise threads on a loom that are passed over and under the warp) and warps (lengthwise threads on a loom over and under which other threads, the weft) together like a carpet or pile rug, flat weave is made by intertwining them.
Plain weave method
In this method, the weft and warp are uniformly and similarly spaced, so they are equally visible on the finished product.
Buttonhole rug method
Wefts of varied colors are returned from the motifs' boundaries after being put between the warps from one bottom and one above to cover the warps, in this method.
How to style with Kilim rugs
You can hang them next to a bed or sofa, or along corridors, and then add some plants and you'll be surprised at how wonderful things will look.
This can be done while yet maintaining a sleek and modern appearance. A kilim rug contrasts beautifully with a neutral rug. Through the addition of texture, they work together to boost the overall aesthetic of your area.
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