|Product Length (cm)||302|
|Product Width (cm)||192|
|Product Height (cm)||0.5|
|Product Weight (kg)||14.00|
|Number of Pieces||1|
|Product Material||Wool and Cotton|
|Country of Manufacture||Turkey|
|This item is shipped from||Turkey|
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Turkish kilim rugs are made by combining wool and cotton rugs.
The rugs are then made by interlacing these two opposite materials.
Turkish rugs were not only used for decoration purposes, but also they were considered to be useful rugs which can keep you warm in cold weathers or cool in hot weathers.
These rugs are characterized by simple figures, geometric designs, colors and an allover pattern, to highlight the beautiful craftsmanship done while making them.
Handmade Turkish Kilim Rugs are a specific kind of Turkish Rugs. They are smaller in size than the area rugs, and can be used in the kitchens, hallways or inside the smaller rooms.
If you want to buy a small/average sized rug then handmade Turkish kilim rugs are the rugs that you must be looking for.
Best rugs that exist, as they are made from natural fibers and dyes. They have been used from centuries from nomad tribes to Turkish people who now use rugs as decorating elements for their homes.
Modern kilim rugs are rugs that have no traditional patterns and they tend to be more abstract.
They are usually made using acrylic yarns as well as wool, machine-made rugs and modern rugs reproduce the same patterns of traditional rugs.
They're not as valuable as hand-woven rugs, but they do offer some advantages such as low cost.
However, some modern rugs are handmade but they have more modern look to them because of their design choices and bold colors.
The standard vintage rugs sizes for Turkish rugs are: 2 x 3 ft, 4 x 6 ft and 8 ½ x 11 ft. In size, they are usually considered small to average.
The size of a vintage rug can change its price greatly, so if you ever decide to get one, don't forget to check the dimensions too.
In Loftry, we give you a size chart so you can choose your kilim according to your room!
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