A few weeks back, Rolls-Royce revealed a bespoke Wraith that featured one of the most intricate embroideries done by the British luxury carmaker. The luxury two-door coupe’s headliner had an embroidery of a Peregrine Falcon with a whopping 250,000 stitches. Rolls-Royce has followed it up with another bespoke model with a custom headliner that features a rather unbelievable million embroidered stitches in it to create one of the most intricate floral designs. Built on the request from a Stockholm-based customer, Rolls-Royce accepted the challenge to personalize the Phantom’s cabin in a way that has never been done before. The stunning floral pattern on the one-off Phantom’s headliner was inspired by the Phantom rose – a unique variety of rose that is exclusively grown in the British automaker’s factory in Goodwood, England.
The designers at Rolls-Royce decided to depict various stages of a rose flower’s life inside the cabin. The passengers are treated with the scene where tiny buds can be seen growing into fully-blossomed flowers along with butterflies floating over them. The starlight headliner illuminates the stunning work of art with individually placed lights. The bespoke Phantom was commissioned by Swedish entrepreneur Ayad Al Saffar, and his daughter, Magnolia, chose the Peacock Blue exterior color.