What if the Bohemian design concept carries the history and traces of Anatolia?
Bohemtolia reviews the Anatolian people, their products and resources in search of answers to this question. It brings the Anatolian spirit to bohemian decoration and reflects it on its products.
When the hand weaving tradition and motifs of Anatolia were combined with modern designs, Bohemtolia's new collection "Alem" emerged. Bohemtolia presents Afitap and Leyla rugs with their unique designs within the Alem collection. Check out the unique colors of Afitap and Leyla kilim and kilim pillows to nourish your bohemian spirit and reflect your original taste.
In the Afitap series, rugs in different colors came to life with natural dyed yarns to add a sharp, soft, striking or peaceful interpretation to bohemian decoration. “Baklava”, one of the motifs that hit the head instead of Anatolian people's words that cannot be heard, plays the leading role of Afitap rugs. The diamond lines that define the limits of life are surrounded by hourglass motifs expressing the temporality of time. Afitap is the most meaningful word that tells us about these two motifs. The sun is the only source of life and time. Afitap rugs are a central piece for bohemian decoration like the sun.
The Leyla series, on the other hand, came to life with monochrome colored rugs with natural dyed yarns to add a contrasting interpretation to bohemian decoration with its minimal style. Geometric triangles and quadrilaterals, one of the motifs that hit the head instead of the words of Anatolian people, play the leading role of minimal Leyla kilims. The existence of the opposite of everything prevents black and white from giving up each other. “Leyla” meaning “Night” is the most meaningful word that tells us the cycle of these two colors. The existence of the night is only possible with the day. To see black, room should be made for white. Leyla rugs are the most peaceful part of the cycle for bohemian decoration just like night.