Anatolian Vintage Kilim & Rugs

KILIM IS THE WOVEN POETRY OF THE HEART

Welcome to Wild Heart Free Soul, the home of authentic Anatolian Kilim art. My name is Beyza Nur and a decade ago I began my journey - which has not only transformed my life but also the lives of countless Kilim lovers worldwide.

Here at Wild Heart Free Soul, I share my passion for the beauty and stories of Anatolia, hidden in each and every one of our handwoven kilims.

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Your shopping experience and satisfaction are very important to us. Contact us now for a personal consultation. You can reach us by phone on +4915150655294, by email selam@wildheartfreesoul.com or in person at the Wild Heart Free Soul Showroom, Kastanienallee 55, 10119 Berlin Mitte.

I am Beyza

I travel through Anatolia several times a year to connect with my roots and discover the traditional textiles of my homeland.

On my travels I collect old Kilims and carpets, which I have cleaned and lovingly restored in Antalya and Istanbul.

Liveable Art

The art of Kilim weaving is the legacy of a nomadic tradition that dates back thousands of years. The symbols and patterns of the Kilim textiles have hardly changed over time because nomadic tribes were able to remain largely uninfluenced by political and artistic events due to their isolation and independence.

Traditional Kilim are woven poetry. Each of these works of art is unique and was hand-woven by talented women many decades ago. From the patterns and symbols of their Kilim, you can read their stories, feelings and wishes, as from a poem.

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Follow the Kilim Caravan

Immerse yourself in the stories of Anatolia with us and discover the most impressive carpets of Wild Heart Free Soul. On Instagram you can get exclusive insights behind the scenes and find out everything about the art of traditional Kilim production and our cleaning and restoration processes. Join us on this special journey!