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Founded in 2015, House of Castlebird Rose aims to infuse the essence of art into everyday lives. By capturing the ethereal art of 18th and 19th-century France on elegant bone china and regal silk couture, they have curated their exclusive range of home decor and clothing. To promote sustainable fashion, all excess materials produced in the process of cloth-making are used for creating new exciting products.

The brand's mission has always been to salvage, revive, and restore original paintings of older centuries; to breathe new life into their aging colors. They are determined to honor the legacy of these hidden gems, with their creations being a tribute to the magnificent art of older centuries.

Every garment holds a piece of history, and every customer becomes part of that history. With their beautifully crafted collections, you will be transported to the glorious world of bygone days, where art and culture flourished to their peak.

With a limited-edition collection of fashion and home decor range, the brand is infusing art into society while upholding the enchanting hidden gems of the past. You are not buying a product - you are also becoming part of a story of revival and preservation, a story of the enduring power of art that transcends the passage of time.

About the founder

Aira, the founder, is the heart and soul of the brand. She carefully handpicks all the paintings and artworks that are revived in the form of fashion and homeware items. Her quest toward providing excellent and creative products does not just involve salvaging these hidden gems, but giving them a second life and prolonging their impeccable beauty.

She always had a vision of creating something beautiful and that realization became even more clear when she finally began building her first collection.

After working all her life as a teacher of foreign languages, she launched her brand - Castlebird Rose - in 2015. Based in Estonia, she travels regularly to Paris, France where she spends countless valuable hours in antique art galleries to look for inspiration for her collections. You can see most of the designs in her collection are Paris-inspired.