Kilims are important for the identity and wealth of nomadic tribe-people. In their traditional setting they are used as floor and wall coverings, bedding and cushion covers, horse-saddles, bags, etc. Persian kilims are also excellent as use as wall hangings, similar to tapestries they are light weight and decorative pieces. The most common Iranian Kilims are: Sirjan Kilim, Senneh Kilim, Fars Kilim and Ghashghai Kilim. The fibers used in Iranian carpets and Kilims are lightweight and free of chemical smells.