While originally woven by nomadic Bakhtiari, most authentic Persian Bakhtiari rugs are woven in Bakhtiari settled communities in west central and southwest parts of Iran. Patterns in these hand knotted wool rugs are usually floral or garden inspired. The Khesti, an established garden motif is perhaps the most well-known rug design. The carpet is divided into individual squares with animals and plants acting as symbols. Another influential design features a decorated field with lattice designs and floral ornaments. This style of rug can range from more rustic and tribal styled, to a more formal and floral traditional oriental depending on the rug.