One of the varieties of Iranian national hand art is a lint-free carpet-kilim, used to cover the surface and decorate the rooms. Kilim is woven from wool, goats, camels, using the tails and mane of horses and silk. In modern Iran kilim is widely used in interior design. The kilim uses traditional colour of plant origin. Kilims began to weave about 10,000 years ago, when people were engaged in cattle breeding and gradually learned to make fiber from wool of sheep and other animals and to spin threads from them. The art of creating kilims people own throughout Iran the Best cities for the production of kilims located in the provinces of Kurdistan, Kermanshah, Sirjan, Ardebil, Shiraz, Bakhtiyari and Varamin. Kilim Variety: 1. Jajim; 2. Sumac; 3. ZIL; 4. Verne; 5. The background; 6. Jacques chirac.