the butterfly effect

From the runways of Jean Paul Gautier to the aisles of West Elm, the butterfly motif has proven to be one of the biggest trends for both the fashion and interiors world this Spring. Below, the fabulous butterfly dresses that fluttered down the runway at Gaultier.

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This fabric and wallpaper print “Butterfly Garden” just debuted in Osborne & Little’s latest Spring collection. We love the contrast of the black and white floral backdrop with the vibrantly colored butterflies.


In an apartment designed by Celerie Kemble and Anna Burke, custom butterfly art hangs above a kitchen banquette. The iridescence of the butterfly wings beautifully complements the lilac colored upholstery. For more butterfly art, check out one of our previous blog posts, Framed Butterfly Art.


If butterfly taxidermy isn’t your thing, check out some of these antique butterfly prints that, in my opinion, are just as beautiful! Below is an antique print found on Etsy shop, AntiqueWallArt.


And a pretty butterfly diptych over a chic velvet headboard never hurt anyone either!


Inspired to incorporate the butterfly trend in to your home decor this season? Let us know your thoughts!