Tulu is the English pronunciation for the Turkish word, "tüylü" meaning hairy. Tulu rugs were often woven for functional purposes rather than strictly for sale. In mountainous regions where winters are harsh, these rugs are commonly used as blankets or wall hangings.
Ram's Horn - used as a symbol of fertility, heroism, power and masculinity.
Dragon - symbol for the guard of treasures and secret objects.
Star - this motif on an Anatolian weaving symbolizes happiness; The six pointed star is referred to as the Solomon's Seal. It has been in use in Anatolia since the time of the Phrygians (c. 1200–700 BC).