For years, a clearly distinctive trend in the room design is noticed - one wants to have more exotic, more ethnic elements in the design. In keeping with this, we want to show you today how you can bring the breath of the Orient to your home. Do you know kilims? Do you know how these are made? And if you like the exotic colors and patterns of these oriental rugs, then this article is for you. Stay tuned and learn more about the kilims and their effect in the interior!
Kilims bring the exotic of the Orient directly into your living room
Kelim is a foreign word for us. It comes from the Turkish "kilim", which actually means woven carpet. This name for the oriental rugs has prevailed in Europe. A kilim is a traditional carpet in the Orient, it is mostly smooth and in all cases handwoven. The homeland of kilim weaving is considered to be the countries of the Middle East, predominantly Afghanistan, Iran and others in the Caucasus. Originally kilims were hand woven in almost every family, as they were an important part of the dowry of young nomad women. They were and still are traditionally interesting patterned flatweaves whose front and back look the same way. Kilims are woven on small weaving looms made of wood according to a very complicated weaving technique. For a kilim to be finished, you have to work for days, even months, on the loom. So its manufacture also means a lot of effort, patience and perseverance.
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In the living room or bedroom, in the nursery or in the kitchen, a kilim is welcome everywhere!
Often you confuse kilim and Persian carpet and confuse the two terms. A Persian carpet is traditionally hand-knotted, it also has other patterns compared to kilim. But both kilim and Persian rug are absolute burners among carpet trends today.
There are many possible uses for the Persian carpet as well
A kilim can also be located in the outdoor area and provide for special comfort
Kilims are still traditionally woven from hand-spun wool. For their coloring one uses plant colors, which come from the close environment of the manufacturers. The art of weaving continues to live there. After months of work on the weaving chair, each piece is created, so it's a real one-off.
For the production of each kilim only high-quality natural products are used such as sheep's wool, goat's wool, hemp or angora wool. Today there are Kelims in different sizes and with different patterns. They can even be custom-made according to the individual wishes of the customer.
A real eye-catcher in the bedroom - decorative pillows in the traditional Kelimmustern
If you want to introduce an exotic touch and a hint of the Orient into your interior, then opt for a kilim! You certainly will not regret this decision!
Colorful kilim runners give your hall or staircase a whole new look!
The classically elegant pair of black-and-white toasts sets exciting accents in the room
Kelimmuster can make every room playful
Fringes are a typical element of oriental kilims. A small runner with or without fringes can be used as a wall decoration.