Kazak rugs are a type of traditional rug that originated in the Kazak region of the Caucasus Mountains, which is now part of modern-day Kazakhstan and parts of Russia, Georgia, and Azerbaijan. Kazak rugs are known for their bold, geometric patterns and vibrant colors. They are often made from high-quality wool and use a variety of techniques, such as asymmetrical knotting, to create their intricate designs. Kazak rugs are prized for their durability and are often passed down through generations. They are traditionally used as floor coverings, but are also sometimes used as wall hangings or as decorative pieces.