Captivatingly Stripped Red Antique Flat Woven Persian Jajim Kilim, Origin Country: Persia, Circa / Approximated Weaving Date: 1920’s — Like so many other kilims, this area rug makes use of a relatively simple pattern to allow the colors and lines to speak for themselves, which results in an elegant and rhythmic display. In this vibrant piece, a single, rich red background is used to define the rest of the figures and shapes. Evenly spaced lines break up the single solid shade throughout, their presence divided even further through the dichotomy of blue and white. The silvery azure hues stand the closest against the red background, while the middle of each stripe contains a series of white dots in vertical movement.
The juxtaposition that is created through the use of colors is quite captivating. It provides the this Persian piece with a strong sense of movement as well as balance. Persian rugs and flat woven Persian Jajim textiles are becoming increasingly more popular in western home decorating approaches. We ae seeing more people use them as magnificent floor covering area rugs. We are also seeing a lot more people use them as wall hanging tapestries as well as bed and / or table covers.
The vast majority of the Persian flat woven Jajim textiles will tend to feature a similar stripped approach to design. They will also have more of a limited color palette. This more simplistic approach to design and color is the main reason why they work so well in a wide range of home decorating and interior design approaches. This approach is also what gives them such a modern look and feel even though they are very much antique. If you are looking for something a bit unexpected but authentic and high quality then you should definitely consider incorporating a flat woven Persian Jajim in your home’s decor.