Rugs from the Ladik area are characterized a stylized tulip appearing both in the field and the border. In Ladik prayer rugs, the tulips can be seen in panels above and below the niche. Colors used include brilliant blues, reds and yellows.
Designs from the Konya area are derived from pure geometrics. Large elementary polygons, often stepped and hooked, are arranged in pairs or rows. borders are notable for their shield motifs.
In prayer rugs from the Kirsehir area, the niche features a stepped arch outlined in white and is topped by an arrowhead. Another common design element is the stylized carnation that often appears in bunches.
Prayer rugs from the Mudjur area also make use of the outlined, stepped arch that ends in an arrowhead. The striking main border is colorful with a motif of large rosettes inscribed within rectangles.