This rug is a Kellei shape, a style designed and made for large country houses that required carpets of particularly generous lengths and widths.
Kimi is another piece that takes it stylistic cues from the tribal and village carpets of Konya. Some of the oldest and most elegantly simplistic carpets are from this region.
Contrasted in the yellows, greens and reds of this carpet are floral medallions, running river borders and harsh geometric interventions. These create a many-layered design of crashing motifs breaking over each other, rather than the very static, held, geometry seen in traditional versions of these carpets.