Kilim or Kylym is a kind of hand craft used to cover the ground that is woven from silk, goat hair, sheep wool or other livestock. Kilims are traditionally used for floor covering, wall decoration and blanket on draught animals. But nowadays people like to purchase kilims as a urban homes decoration.
This floor covering handicraft has different names in different countries and languages, in Afghanistan; Kilim, in Ukraine: Gylam, Badas in Caucasus, Lyat in Syria and Lebanon, Cheelym in Romania as well as Kylym in Turkey, Hungary and Saudi Arabia. There are different colors used in Kilims like red, black and white… and sometimes for better results and and old look it is washed by tea and covered of walnuts. Kilims are weaved in different sizes and rectangle shapes.