Luxury Islamic Prayer Carpet | Rolled Velvet Kilim Rug | Turquoise & Orange Labyrinth
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Luxury Islamic Prayer Carpet \ Rolled Velvet Kilim Rug \ Turquoise & Orange Labyrinth
Modefa has been bringing you quality, affordable prayer rugs since 2011, and our all new line of kilim style prayer carpets is no different! These rugs feature beautiful designs and thick, plush velvet, helping to provide Muslims with a comfortable experience during salat!
WHY WE LOVE IT
Our kilim style prayer rugs are made out of dense velvet that is soft to the touch, and the thickness is reminiscent of what you would find in an area rug/carpet. This allows you to use this beautiful piece in any way that suits you and your home! Combined with the unique and one of a kind labyrinth design showcased at the bottom, this janamaz is a must have!
QUALITY YOU CAN FEEL
These carpets are packaged, shipped, and stored as a roll. They're made out of dense, high quality velvet, and showcase a thick and durable backing, ensuring a premium, heavy duty carpet that will last you for many years to come. These sajjada are machine made, but hand-finished with the best workmanship Turkey has to offer.
THICKNESS -- 9.5/10
Our Modefa Thickness Rating on this prayer rug is a 9.5 out of 10. This means it is thicker than almost all of our other prayer rugs and carpets; the only rugs thicker than this are our orthopedic line of prayer rugs, which contain foam. The thickness of this carpet is similar to that of an area or living room carpet, making it an excellent choice for using on harder floors.
Clean with a damp cloth when needed. We do not recommend machine washing or drying.
2cm (0.78in), measured from surface of rug to backing
*PLEASE NOTE: Density and weight will vary between each model and design of our kilim carpets.*
70 x 133cm (27.5in x 52.3in)
Made in Turkey
DID YOU KNOW? Around the world, Muslims call prayer rugs by many different names! In English they may say prayer mat, salat mat, or prayer carpet; in other languages they may say janamaz, sajada, musala, namazlik, or seccade, just to name a few!