Lucky enough to have a raw wall like this? A mix of framed and unframed butterfly prints (that wooden pinch is pretty cool) in the same soft colours might be a great styling idea. This way you’ll create the perfect balance between industrial and natural.
Sophisticated, elegant rooms are the perfect place for a framed butterfly print. Don’t let it become boring though, and opt for split butterfly prints like these ones by Caitlin Wilson. For the right balance, choose a butterfly (and frame) that matches your furniture and accessories.
Be inspired by this beautiful, quirky collection of butterflies in vintage frames. It’s very intriguing to look at: we are the most fascinated by the butterflies sitting on the mushrooms. And did you see the lovely prints of the fern leaves? Good choice.
Which butterfly should one choose for a Nordic style like this? We think those that are mainly black and white with just a small splash of colour – shown here in the interior of the owner of Stylizimo.com – are beautiful. Such a simple, strong, yet elegant look.
We are obsessed with eclectic shelves like these. As you can see, the butterfly really grabs your attention. At the same time, it looks great surrounded by all these other images, like pictures of city streets, artsy illustrations, numbers and quotes.
Wow, how we love this light blue butterfly in a golden antique frame. It’s the centre of attention in a very romantic, historical space. Do not worry though if you’re not the owner of a place like this. Similar wall art is perfect for bohemian and eclectic rooms too.
See, even at Gucci they are into butterflies right now. This is one of the most popular Gucci iPhone cases at the moment. Like it? Buy it at Gucci.com. Or if you really want to treat yourself, go for the gorgeous bag.
Fan of moody colours? Here, midnight blue adds glamour and depth to a hallway. The mix of brown and black frames, and round mirrors, is creative and cool. The cherry on the cake is the blue butterfly with its orange backdrop, that’s for sure.
The use of vibrant colours in interiors is a big trend. This is how you rock it: paint your biggest wall in a statement colour like green, blue or even yellow, and put three colourful butterflies in black chic frames against it. It’s all about strong statements.
Images from: deardesigner.co.uk, etsy.com, caitlinwilson.com, frame.bloglovin.com, amerrymishapblog.com, coxandcox.co.uk, firsthome.tumblr.com, colouryourcasa.com, thisivyhouse.tumblr.com, gucci.com, tidbitsandtwine.com