A Persian rug is one that is made specifically in Iran by skilled artisans. Traditionally, Persian rugs differed from rugs from other countries, such as Turkey, by the style of knot that was used in the fabric weave. A Persian carpet that is smaller than six by four feet is known as a Q-licheh, and a rug that is greater than six by four feet is known as a Q-li, or Farsh. Persian carpets offer an attractive floor covering for any type of room or hallway space. They are durable, comfortable, and feature many different attractive designs, patterns, motifs, and colors.