Friday, August 27, 2010

Butterflies and Thank You!

Take a look at the stunning details of the 'Butterfly Room' at 'Singapore House' (British India Trading Company). Love themed art clusters and these butterflies had me at the first flutter of their colourful wings!

 A dash of industrial, a helping of colonial elegance, a spoonful of arty edge, and a pinch of Victoriana happily married to live happily forever after. Yum!



This restaurant first seen on Brown Button. Images seen via 'Singapore House'.

Though I could never feel comfortable with this at home ('this' = a wall of dead creatures - I prefer them alive... That said, I really like the idea of a butterfly themed wall and I absolutely love how the frames are hung like tile work on the entire wall. Such a statement! I am now thinking this would look amazing in Isabella's room! What are your thoughts?


I'd also take this opportunity to welcome all my new followers! I am so glad you found your way here and I hope that I will get to know you better through your comments on my posts. As my long term friends know, I love it when you leave me a message and it makes me very happy each time a new alert pops up in my mailbox! I will visit you all in the near future and say 'hello' properly, but for now I just wanted you to know I am so happy to have you all here! xx


Have a great weekend y'all!

xx Charlotta

P.S. I have teed up the most amazing girls to do guest posts here whilst I travel to Europe. Man o man are you in for a great treat! You may not want me to ever come back as these ladies totally rock!! :)

28 comments:

*Ingrid* said...

Beautiful this butterfly post Charlotta!!

have a nice weekend
Ingrid

Hannah said...

I'm not much of a butterfly persons, but these are amazing!

I am a recent follower and always enjoy looking at your blog.

XO,
Hannah

Will @ Bright.Bazaar said...

Wowzers, that butterfly artwall is something else - what a collection!

Have a wonderful weekend; so pleased to be following your blog.

Will xo

Jude said...

I prefer them alive too, but this is really amazing. There's just something about their delicate beauty.

Terri said...

That wall is stunning! I think something similar on a smaller scale would make a great statement in Isabella's room.

Have a wonderful weekend! xo-Terri

Vintage Simple said...

I do prefer them alive as well, but I know you will come up with something equally stunning for Isabella's room.

Have a wonderful time in Europe, dear.

xoox,
-maria

anita @ a dreamer's den said...

i love the butterflies!
that is one spectacular display wall.

Fabulously french said...

WOW!! Love them, they look fab but I am also a butterfly lover....

Leeann x

caroline @ patagonia gifts said...

oh I'd rather have them alive too. love that pic with some yellow ones! hope you have a wonderful weekend, darling Charlotta! xo

Leah said...

Love those butterflies! I am your newest follower!

Luvs!

Nuit said...

wow that's Butterfly heaven!!! so pretty... I'd spend hours and hours checking out their amazing colors!!!

I lovve followin u Charlotta... yesterday I reached 50 followrs and i was so flippin' thrilled!!! lol

xoxoxo

The Zhush said...

Love Butterflies, so naturally I loved this post, great find!

Stacey said...

That wall is quite the feature; it's so dramatic! I really love butterflies too. Happy weekend my friend. xx

Kellie Collis said...

Amazing butterflies! Hope you are enjoying a beautiful weekend! x

Tina said...

Hi there girl!
Love butterflies and the place is really something! Love the colonial feeling.
Have to agree with you not wanting them in that state all over the wall. I prefer posters and prints of butterflies.
Hope you´ll have a great weekend!
Lots of love!

Sylvia said...

Wonderful post, I love butterflies !
Have a nice weekend,
Sylvia

Café Bellini said...

I'd have to agree with your comment about rather alive than dead... but the idea is good and it looks fantastic!

Urban Style Vibes said...

Wow, lovely all these butterflies. If you need some extra guest bloggers, please count me in.

XO

Lise M.

Beadboard UpCountry said...

Charlotta!
This was such a beautiful post! I just got back from the Market in New York...Butterflies are all over the place in home decor now all kinds of different venues, amazing.........Maryanne xo

Debra Phillips said...

the overall effect is dramatic in it's full scale and intriguing when studying the small details of the butterflies.

a friend has a priceless butterfly used as art collection. find myself both intrigued and a touch saddened.

enjoy sweden charlotta, you will be missed!
xo
debra

eddieross said...

These photos are amazing! Hope you had a delightful weekend!

E+J

Splendid Willow said...

What a collection! I have never seen anything quite like it! I would totally forget my dinner companion and stare at the walls all evening long! (:

Love, Mon

Solid Frog said...

Hi Charlotta, thanks for letting me know about that the photographer was Douglas Friedman :)
Beautiful butterfly pictures. have a great week!

shari @ little blue deer said...

Charlotta, I love it! I would like to think that all of the butterflies died of natural causes and were then memorialized forever! Have a wonderful trip, can't wait for your guest posters, but definitely do come back! XX!

Trish said...

Hello dearest Charlotta! I am so happy to have found your gorgeous blog via Miss Hannah's Friday Friend post, you have amazing taste! I can't wait to catch up on some additional posts, if they are anything like this beautiful one, I know I am in for a treat! Speaking of, travel safely, and looking forward to your guest posts coming up. Happy to be following along now dear xoxo

Leigha said...

Gorgeous post (and wall idea). Maybe a wall of framed butterfly photographs would give the same whimsical feel (minus the dead insect creepiness).
Leigha

Sasha {Everything Fabulous} said...

OMG beautiful!! love it!

VICTORIA said...

Gosh,Beautiful butterflies collection! stunning wall Amazing butterfly room as well,can't imagined how attractive they are in person.Fabulous Blog.thrilled to be your newest follower.thanks for sharing.

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