Vintage Turkish Hand-Knotted Rug | Manisa Rustic Cecim Kilim in Tangerine / Mocha / Ivory 1960s
Transport yourself to the picturesque region of Manisa, Turkey, where six decades ago, skilled women artisans wove a masterpiece of enduring beauty - the Vintage Mid-Century Rustic Cecim Rug. Every thread tells a story of tradition and craftsmanship, showcasing the rich heritage of Turkish weaving passed down through generations.
Using the intricate cecim weaving technique, these artisans created mesmerizing lozenges, or diamond patterns, that adorn this rug with a mosaic-like allure. Unlike conventional flat-woven rugs, the cicim method imparts an embroidered aesthetic, elevating this rug to a unique and distinguished creation.
With its splendid rustic palette of earthy tones - tangerine, opulent mocha, creamy ivory, and azure blue - this kilim rug forms a visually enchanting tapestry that seamlessly harmonizes with a spectrum of interior styles. From rustic farmhouse to Scandinavian chic, traditional to boho, its versatility knows no bounds.
Its impeccable 6x8 dimensions make it suitable for a range of spaces, from the kitchen to the bedroom, effortlessly blending functionality with timeless elegance. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail using high-quality wool, this vintage Turkish rug promises enduring durability that transcends time. Despite its age, it effortlessly bridges the gap between past and present, effortlessly blending into modern and minimalistic interior designs.
Let this Mid-Century Pastel Kilim become a cherished heirloom in your family, a symbol of heritage and love passed down from generation to generation. Embrace its warmth, its beauty, its timeless elegance, and let it remind you that you are special, you are unique, and your home deserves nothing less than the extraordinary.
Dimensions: 5' 9" W x 8' 0" L
Floor Heating Safe: Yes
Material: Wool on cotton
Origin: Manisa, Turkey
Primary Color: Pastel rustic tones
Product Care: Vacuum clean gently or professional cleaning
Style: Tribal cecim style