Turkish rugs, also known as Anatolian rugs, are commonly called rugs and carpets woven in Anatolia and nearby areas. This term describes woven floor or wall coverings with knots and a soft raised surface. They are made for home use, sold locally, and even exported. These rugs and flat-woven kilims hold a lot of cultural importance in the region that the Ottoman Empire historically controlled. They are a vital part of Turkey’s culture today coming from the diverse mix of ethnicities religions and cultures in one of the oldest centers of human civilization.