The carpets from Moud, a city in east Iran, often have a Herati pattern, with or without a centrally placed medallion. They are sometimes divided into Moud Mahi and Moud Garden. The first one mentioned, Mahi, often has a beige color with a light red or blue nuance and a star-shaped medallion. The other, Garden, reminds one about Bakhtiari carpets, illustrated with a curvilinear garden motif. Well respected, Moud rugs are among the most beautiful and detailed Persian carpets. They have the unique characteristic for a carpet that has a busy pattern of making a room appear bigger by giving it more depth.