Flutter through the ages
Butterflies have interested us throughout the ages. In ancient Egypt, they provided us with inspiration for paintings, carvings, and jewellery. And from Japanese mythology to Aztec civilisations, ancient Greece to the Roman Empire, they have come to represent the embodiment of our souls.
In other cultures, they stand for rebirth and the transgender self—through their ability to change into a new, beautiful being, casting away their former cocoon and identity. Reincarnate your bedroom with stunning butterfly bedding and fill your dreams with soul.
Taking the world by storm
Can the flapping of a Bolivian butterfly's wings set off a tornado in Turin? The father of the chaos theory, Edward Lorenz, adopted the metaphor of a butterfly to explain the randomness of meteorological events. According to the butterfly effect, the tiniest of changes in our atmosphere can snowball into monumental events later.
Butterflies tend to be quite harmless beings though, preferring to flutter from flower to flower and enjoy a sip of nectar (or other tasty treats from the botanical world) rather than cause any mischief. But a beautiful butterfly flying by is certain to change the course of your day—for the better. Just imagine what butterfly bedding is capable of, then.
For a cosy cocoon
Incredible kaleidoscopic patterns printed on tiny little pinions. The alluring wings of the butterfly really grab our attention and earn our aesthetic admiration. But for many of these flying creatures, they are more than just something pretty to look at—they’re a means of survival.
While some impress potential mating partners with a splendid coat of intense hues, others provide camouflage so that they don’t end up on some prowling predator’s dinner plate.Do you like to burrow into bed every night like a wild rabbit? Colourise your own cocoon with butterfly bedding and enjoy an undisturbed night’s rest.