The carpets of the mountain Kurds that come onto the Persian market place art known as Kurdistani or Kurdish, and include those produced in the neighboring areas of Anatolia and Iraq. various shades of deep red, warm sand and brow n tones are popular. Good green, blue and yellow tunes are produced with natural dyes but are relatively rarely used. Synthetic dyes are found rather infrequently. designs are often very simple but not without charm. Floral designs are strongly stylized and differ greatly depending on the tribal style and tradition.