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Lorestan Carpet

Lorestan province, equivalent to 7% of the total area of Iran, is located in the western part of the country. In this region, in the past, nomads raised livestock to meet their living expenses, and from the benefits of their livestock, they collected sheep wool, goat hair and used it for carpet weaving. Lorestan carpets do not have the elegance of urban carpets such as Tabriz carpets and Qom carpets, and are classified as nomadic carpets, but due to their simple and pristine geometric designs, they have many fans among modern decoration enthusiasts. The carpets of this region are mostly woven in medium and small sizes, and you rarely see large sizes in them. Lori carpets are often woven with wool and cotton, and plant materials are used to dye their fibers.