Check out this commissioned custom Rolls-Royce Phantom. An entrepreneur from Stockholm, Sweden, named Ayad Al Saffar recently commissioned this bespoke Phantom with the vision of being entranced by an elegant floral arrangement. Designers shaped more than one million embroidered stitches into an entanglement of greenery, flowers, and butterflies. Rolls-Royce Motors Cars CEO Torsten Muller Otvos calls it the Rose Phantom.
Supposedly, Al Saffar named two of his four children after plants because of his love of flowers. His daughter, Magnolia, chose the Peacock Blue exterior on the Phantom. It features a Charles Blue double pinstripe along the beltline and on the wheels. He will now be able to enjoy a personal garden wherever he goes. The customer order was a natural fit in the Phantom, as the Rolls-Royce Rose Garden in Goodwood, West Sussex, is the only place in the world that grows the Phantom Rose, a flower created exclusively for Rolls-Royce by British rose breeder Philip Harkness.
On the interior, satin stitch Phantom Roses are on the doors and the starlight headliner. The stitching is artwork showcasing the various stages of rose growth. The glass-encased dashboard even has its own bouquet. A final touch uses Peacock and Adonis Blue butterflies to add a bit of motion to the scene. To compliment the exterior, the Phantom Rose uses Charles Blue leather Serenity Seating with Peacock Blue piping. Al Saffar admits it took him 35 years to achieve his dream of buying a Rolls-Royce. If you work hard, dreams do come true.