Butterfly Bedding

Butterfly Bedding

Looking for butterfly bedding? Butterfly theme bedrooms are easy to create, and usually incorporate soft colors, butterflies, flowers and whimsical objects.

To keep the design simple, it works well to choose the bedding first and use the color palette as inspiration for the wall color, artwork and décor. There is a wide variety of butterfly bedding to choose from, in a wide variety of colors and patterns. Most lean towards soft pastel colors in pale pinks, meadow green, yellow and purple.

If you’d prefer to go with a solid color duvet cover or comforter, there are also a lot of throw pillows that can be added to achieve this design theme. Ginghams and stripes coordinate well with florals and butterfly prints.

There are also many decorating options to choose from, such as adding butterfly wall stencils, murals or hand painted garden scenes with white picket fences, butterflies, bees and flowers.

Some great accessories are nylon hanging butterflies, which can be attached to the ceiling or wall. You can purchase butterfly switch plates, lamps and stools. Little butterflies can be glued to an existing lampshade. Hang a clothesline/clothespins with tiny doll dresses in pretty fabrics against a wall.

Classic white furniture looks wonderful with this theme. Be sure to choose dainty pieces that don’t compete with the delicate butterflies. Canopy beds or white metal beds also fit in well. A sheer canopy can have butterflies randomly glued in place.

Replace handles and knobs of furniture with butterfly theme hardware such as dainty porcelain with hand painted butterflies. You can decoupage butterflies onto a dresser – or border around a mirror. Try hand painting a dresser, with the first drawer having a soft yellow background, with roses applied, second drawer background in a soft pink, with purple polka dots, and the third bottom drawer having a purple background with yellow butterflies painted on.

Let fabrics, artwork and bedding inspire you.A carpet in a soft grass green color or rosy pink that compliments the walls and bedding is a nice touch. A neutral color also blends in well and won’t detract from wall art and other decor.

You can purchase butterfly curtains, and butterfly hold-backs. Sheer white curtains fluttering the breeze, teamed with a gingham valence provides a stunning effect. You can purchase organza ribbon, and glue small nylon butterflies where it ties, or randomly throughout the curtain. Floral patterns can also be incorporated.