Kilim rugs are produced by tightly interweaving the warp and weft strands of the weave to produce a flat surface with no pile: perfect for a high traffic area and a home with pets. Originally, the kilim was made by the nomads of the south of Morocco and was served to protect the ground of the mosques, the tents, yurts and the litters of the camels. It is now used as well for covering the ground outdoor and indoor.
Traditional kilims use patterns based on two simple geometric shapes: the triangle and the diamond. The tones are ethnic and the texture is resistant and durable. Although manufactured without hair, the double weft gives a tight weave. A great advantage with a kilim is that most of them are reversible.