The Lors Tribes who are living in western and south-western part of Iran belong to the oldest known of the Iranian peoples. Among the tribesmen and town centres of the Lorestan region, carpet weaving has a more or less good commercial market. Weaving and dyeing, in this area go back to the Kingdom of Ghajar dynasty (1796-1925). The hand woven carpets of the Lorestan tribesman, which are named "Lori carpets", are mostly in geometrical designs with a row of medallions in lozenge shape and with a background of red and blue.
One of the most popular designs of the "tori" carpet is the design composed of weeping willows and cypresses.
Near Bruijerd, in the mountainous plateau of Saraband the weavers produce beautiful carpets with Boi'teh Miri patterns spread all over the field, which resembles the Sarugh carpets. Another characteristic form of Saraband carpet is the lace-like, where the background is in cream colour. In the Saraband region, they also weave carpets with interlaced lozenge medallions resembling those produced in Hamedan.