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Nursery Decor Ideas fit for the New Royal Baby

April 26, 2018
Nursery Decor Ideas fit for the New Royal Baby

It's a boy! Prince William and Kate Middleton welcomed their third child on Monday April 23rd.

Kate looked beautiful when she left the hospital, wearing a red shift dress that was perhaps a sweet nod to Princess Diana who also wore red when she appeared on the steps having given birth to Prince Harry.

The birth certificate has just been released, giving the full name of the newest royal: His Royal Highness Prince Louis Arthur Charles of Cambridge.

We are so excited about the newest little Royal and are feeling very inspired. We have selected some of our favourite products to help you add a little royal polish to your child's wardrobe and nursery. These classic styles will look timeless in family photos 30 years from now!

Peter Rabbit Theme

In a documentary, the Royals revealed that Prince George's nursery was safari-themed and Princess Charlotte's had lots of pink.

The rumours are that new Royal baby, Prince Louis, has a Peter Rabbit themed room. As big fans of Beatrix Potter, we love this idea!

Whether its accessorising with soft bunny rabbit toys or rabbit wall art - it is easy to get the Royal Look.

Image: Little Dwellings

The Modern Classic

Prince William's nursery was full of antiques and one-of-a-kind pieces but decades on the Royals have become much more mainstream. After all, it is Kate Middleton who will be styling the nursery - the Duchess of modern sophistication!

Just like her dressing style, her decorating style is very simple, very classic and very elegant.

The room will therefore certainly incorporate clean, stylish furniture that won't look outdated in years to come!

Image: Claire de Lune

Walls of History

Although the room will certainly be timeless and modern, Kate is likely to decorate the room with elements of the family's history.

This could be done through highlighting the beautiful walls of the room through choosing complimentary decor or the inclusion antique mirrors passed down through generations.

You can get the look through choosing a traditional wallpaper or beautiful panelling.

Image: Brooke Palmer for Style Me Pretty

Royal Blue

No Royal nursery would be complete without the signature dark shade of azure blue!

Quick history fact: the Royal blue colour is said to have been created by winners of a competition to make a dress for Queen Charlotte, consort of King George III.

Decorate your nursery with a teepee like the one below or a royal blue storage cabinet for little treasures.

Image: Cattywampus

Plenty of White

Kate Middleton was spotted out and about shopping for white wicker furniture a couple of months ago. This hints that the nursery is full of white pieces!

We love this classical white rocking chair to get the look. Even the addition of a traditional white wicker dolls pram could also look gorgeous.

Image: Rocking Baby

We hope you enjoyed these Royal nursery decor ideas. If you are ready to start building your wishlist of products, then be sure and check out our Nursery product range.

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