The British company boasted another masterpiece, implemented in the interior of its sedan by order of the buyer. An entrepreneur from Stockholm, who adores flowers, asked to embroider them on the ceiling? Challenge accepted!
It is known that the customer of this "Phantom" is so fond of flowers that even two of his four children called the appropriate names. Embroidery, which employees of the division Bespoke performed at his request in the interior of the sedan, Rolls-Royce is now called the "sanctuary of luxury", and the sedan head of the company Torsten Muller Otvos considers one of the greatest phantoms of the current generation.
The embroidery design is modeled on the rose garden, located at the firm's headquarters in Goodwood-they grow a one-of-a-kind variety of these flowers called Phantom Rose.
The embroidery, which took a million stitches to create, is located not only on the ceiling, but also on the doors and the front panel of the sedan, and the flowers on it are depicted in different stages of maturation. In addition, the embroidery implanted led elements branded "starry sky".
It is claimed that from the passenger seats the embroidery elements are perceived as a single composition. At the request of the customer, the floral ornament was supplemented with butterflies of special breeds, and members of his family participated in the development of other design details. For example, the sketches of his wife created side umbrellas, and a daughter named Magnolia determined the shades in which the body will be painted.
How much time the master of Rolls-Royce Bespoke spent on the implementation of the concept is not specified. Earlier it was reported that it took them 30 days to embroider a peregrine Falcon from a quarter of a million stitches.