In the 17th Century Persia, during the Golden Era of making the Safavid dynasty Oriental carpet in most houses had a loom. It is a craft that is highly respected in all economic levels of society. Lifting of the ban Islam to depict living creatures in the Oriental carpet weavers give new opportunities to create a more artistic weavings.
However, in Turkey, rural farmers who are responsible for a lot of carpet weaving Oriental. their creations differ from those made in Persia. More rugged woven carpet design using angles and bright colors. You can check out gray abstract rug via https://www.rugs2go.com/collections/abstract-rugs from various online sources.
As Turkey comply with the prohibition of religious depicting living creatures in Oriental rugs, they fashioned carpet with geometric designs and other interpretations of the trees and flowers on the birds and animals are prohibited.
While weaving is done in many houses, in China it is more organized, with Oriental rugs are produced in a centralized location under the management of the Chinese royal family and the nobility of her. The carpet is only for the very rich and the design is influenced by Buddhism and Taoism not Islam.
Oriental carpets in India even less functional than China. When the Mogul of land Mongols invaded India in the 16th century, they brought rugs from Persia makes working with them. After Mogul completed, they teach the natives of this craft and encourage them to replicate this craft and adapted to their culture. Like China, Oriental rugs are made exclusively for Indian nobility.