Kilim Fars carpets are woven by the nomadic tribes of the Fars Province, situated in southwestern Iran. These flat woven carpets are appreciated for their versatility, their large variety of motifs, geometrical patterns and harmonic colour schemes. A special weaving technique is used when weaving these Kilims which gives them a thinner, almost blanket-like appearance. The nomads originally used the Kilims as blankets, saddlebags, cushions and other decorative ornaments in their daily lives. Today, Kilims are fashionable and sought after assets that serve as unique wall hangings, furniture upholstery, picknick blankets and bedcovers and much more.