Boteh flames (or sprouting seeds) stand for growth and regeneration—they’re known as the “Seed of Life” in Anatolia and the inspiration for India’s traditional paisley patterns
A larger border is flanked by two smaller borders
A series of repeating medallions create a beautifully complex field or pattern
Classic and timeless Persian motifs feature intricate patterns and floral designs, all framed by a border
Floral motifs are a staple in rug design—showing up in a variety of styles including natural, abstract, and geometric
Region of Origin
Anatolia makes up the majority of modern-day Turkey. Rugs from this region are defined by their tribal and geometric designs—with plenty of symbols reflecting life from traditional households.
Wool is the most widely used fiber in Turkish rug design. Not only is it plentiful in supply, it’s durable, long-lasting, and incredibly plush—so it’s super comfy to walk and relax on. This wool pile is woven onto a cotton foundation, another popular choice in rug design. The cotton used is rigid, strong, and provides a sturdy foundation that’s designed to last a lifetime—or ten.