A Kilim bench, Kilim carpet, Kilim ottoman, Kilim bags can be very valuable depending on the Kilim being used, antique Kilim rugs make the produced goods unique and valuable as well. Kilim cushions, Turkish kilims, Kilim backpack, Kilim purse, large Kilim pillows, Anatolian Kilim rugs, and many other variants are made of Turkish Kilim rugs. Turkish Kilim is one of the characteristic fabrics which stands for the oriental design dominating Turkish décor elements. Decorating with Kilim pillows is the most economic and easy way to add the perfect oriental touch to your home décor!
Hand-woven of a perfect wool and jute blend, the moroccan kilim pillows features a dynamic pattern in a bold color scheme, making it a distinctive accent to any home. This Kilim floor pillow makes the Antique Interior of your home. A Completely Handmade Cushion Made from Old Technique of Making Hand-Woven Kilims by Tribes of Rural India. Change the theme of any room or office without changing your furniture, This Gorgeous Pillow Cushion Will Add Warmth Style, And Elegance To Any Room In Your Home. Enhance your home decor with this ethnic sparkling amazing piece and Update your home decor with this attractive cushion.
These Wool – Jute Kilim Cushions make great housewarming, holiday, and birthday gifts; along with being the perfect home decor item for your very own home. The colors are very selected to form a beautiful theme-based cushion, easy to clean and wash these Cushions are designed with perfection and woven with attention. This Cushion is used for Decorative, Sofa Cushion, Throw Cushion, Lining Room, Bed Room, Hallway, Guestroom, Dining Room, Study, Office, Kids Playroom, and many more
Kilims Jute are produced by tightly interweaving the warp and weft strands of the weave to produce a flat surface with no pile. Kilims are generally woven with the slit weave technique. The slit refers to the gap left between two blocks of color. It is created by returning the weft around the last warp in a color area, and the weft of the adjacent color is later returned around the adjacent warp. Each piece is unique and made by hand on a loom, using threads of knitted or woven Jute.