The Bohkara is the most notable design from Pakistan, having a repeating Gul design normally woven in several different colors and qualities. Pakistani rugs are known to feature pieces with very fine wools and often incorporate modern decorative colors into traditional Persian floral designs.
- Repetitive medallions and patterns are woven in a geometric design.
- Most characteristic motif used in this type of rug is known as the “elephant track” design.
- The most common colors seen in Bokharas are tones of red and rust.
- This style of rug is primarily made in Afghanistan and Pakistan and is also known as a Chobi rug.
- Peshawars are known to use natural colors such as ivory and golden tones, which usually creates a washed-out or antique-like appearance.