Kilim Dhurrie Rugs

Kilim Dhurrie rugs get their name from their knotting style and texture. As opposed to most Oriental rugs, Kilim rugs are light, flat and rougher in texture. Read More


Carol U. The colors were very close to the sample. After a very long search, we are delighted to have this rug in our dining room!! The company is very easy to work with. Highly recommended!!!!!
Ken S. Our whole experience with Rugknots was excellent. The rug is perfect as described and photographed. George was was a huge help before we purchased. They seem to genuinely care about you as the customer at Rugknots. We'll buy there again!
Elaine B. Ordered a second rug after I got the first one as I liked it so much. The price is great, the rug is a good quality rug that looks like it cost a lot more. Good customer service also from the owners.


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5x8 Natural Stripe Green Kilim Rug

$880.00 $440.00
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green Kilim rug

5.5 x 8 Green Kilim Rug

$880.00 $440.00
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5.5 x 8 Black and Beige Kilim Rug

$880.00 $440.00
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5.5 x 8 Multi-Colored Kilim Rug

$880.00 $440.00
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KILIM-5.5x8-73 MULTI-COLORED KILIM-RUG

5.5 x 8 Multi-Colored Kilim Rug

$880.00 $440.00
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This multi-colored tribal Kilim rug with repeating geometric patterns will certainly enhance any space.

5.5 x 8 Grey Green Kilim Rug

$880.00 $440.00
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KILIM-5.5x8-76 Grey on Grey Rug

5.5 x 8 Grey on Grey Kilim Rug

$880.00 $440.00
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5.58 x 7.92' Multi Colored Flatweave Kilim Dhurrie Rug

6x8 Multi Colored Brown Kilim Rug

$884.00 $442.00
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5.58 x 7.92' Natural Tone Flatweave Kilim Dhurrie Rug

6x8 Brown Kilim Rug

$884.00 $442.00



The History of Kilim Rugs

Kilims rugs are produced across Central Asia and the Middle East, and their name stems from the Persian term “gelim,” which means “to spread roughly.”

Kilims rugs are knotted in an entirely different way than other Oriental rugs, and their “flatweave” process makes them almost a uniquely different type of rug altogether. Kilims rugs are typically made of wool and can feature very bright colors and bold designs.

Similar to Bokhara rugs - because Kilims rugs are so popular and produced in so many parts of the world - slightly different sub-sets of Kilims styles exist today, such as Turkish Kilims, Anatolian Kilims, Tribal Kilims and Soumak Kilims. We have example son all of these in our extensive collection.