Haraneyah Kilim Rugs, your source for the finest handmade kilim rugs in the world. Our rugs are made in the village of Haraneyah, Egypt, by skilled artisans who have been weaving kilim rugs for generations.

Our kilim rugs are made from 100% natural materials, including wool, cotton, and silk. We use only the highest quality materials and construction methods, so you can be sure that your kilim rug will last for many years to come.

Our kilim rugs are also one of a kind. No two kilim rugs are exactly alike, as each kilim rug is woven by hand and reflects the unique artistry of the weaver. This makes our kilim rugs a truly unique and special addition to any home.​


Haraneyah village is known for its rich cultural heritage, which is reflected in its unique traditions and customs. One of the most notable celebrations in the village is the annual Harvest Festival, which takes place in September. During this festival, villagers come together to celebrate the bountiful harvest and give thanks for the blessings of the year.
The festival is marked by traditional dances, music, and feasting, and is a time for families and friends to reconnect and strengthen bonds.

This craft has been passed down through generations and is an integral part of the village’s identity. Kilim Rug-making workshops are held regularly, where visitors can learn about the techniques and processes involved in creating these beautiful works of art. The Kilim Rug produced in Haraneyah village is renowned for its intricate designs and vibrant colors, making it popular for art collectors.


Haraneyah knot and weave

The process of making a kilim rug begins with the selection of high-quality wool or cotton yarns. The yarns are dyed using natural dyes derived from plants and minerals, giving the kilim rugs their unique colors and patterns.

Haraneyah Egyptian artisan icon

The artisans then use a loom to weave the yarns together, creating intricate patterns and designs. The weaving process is done entirely by hand, with each knot and stitch carefully crafted to ensure the highest quality.

Haraneyah kilim rug

Once the kilim rug is complete, it is washed and dried in the sun to give it a soft, supple texture. 

The final result is a beautiful and durable kilim rug that can last for generations.



The extraction process involves soaking the leaves in water and allowing them to ferment for several days. The resulting liquid is then mixed with a reducing agent, such as wheat bran or sugar, to create a dye bath.

The fabric is then dipped into the dye bath multiple times, allowing it to oxidize and turn blue. 

The more times the fabric is dipped, the darker the shade of color will be.

Colorful wool dyeing


Embrace the Uniqueness of Haraneyah Kilim Rugs:

  • Crafted with 100% eco-friendly, natural materials for lasting beauty.

  • Each rug, a masterpiece, reflects the distinctive artistry of its creator.
  • Meticulously hand-woven, our rugs deliver unparalleled quality and timeless charm.
  • Versatile in design, our rugs transform any space to an art gallery.
  • With our satisfaction guarantee, shop confidently for rugs that enchant and endure. Discover your perfect kilim rug today!"



Explore our exquisite collection of handmade kilim rugs today, available in various sizes, colors, and captivating designs. Among our offerings, you'll find the perfect rug to add elegance and sophistication to your home.

Notably, some of our pieces have graced the homes of distinguished individuals like the King of Bahrain, the King of Sweden, and Princess Diana. Additionally, select art pieces from our collection are showcased in prestigious institutions, including the London Museum, the Vatican Museum, and Switzerland's V&A Museum, underscoring the exceptional artistry behind our rugs.


We are confident that this one of one piece would be a valuable asset to your collection. It would be a conversation starter for visitors and would help to educate them about a unique handmade piece of art. we would be happy to provide you with more information about the selected piece or to answer any questions that you may have.​

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