With the announcement that Kate has delivered her third child, we can't help but speculate on how the Kensington Palace nursery has been decorated.
We've found six beautiful rooms that would be sure to suit a royal baby.
It's the beautiful wallpaper in this baby girl's room that takes it beyond the ordinary. Pale pink accessories and homewares tie the look together.
A taupe carpet grounds a soft palette of greys, pinks and blues in this nursery. Accessories in pink give it a feminine touch, and a swan rug completes the look.
All the king's horses
A traditional rocking horse, similar in style to the one President Obama gifted Prince George, takes precedence in this handsome boy's room. Blue and white stripes complement the classic look.
Grey and white stripes in the wallpaper and rug set the scene in this light and bright nursery. The neutral tones are perfect for a gender neutral space, while the yellow stool, coat stand and rows of books deliver vibrant pops of colour.
Back to nature
Natural elements - the Stokke cot, timber flooring, hanging plant and woven rug - abound in this gender-neutral nursery, while white walls and blinds lighten and brighten. Sweet and sentimental artworks – including an illustration print by Catherine Campbell and a Jai Vasicek ‘Geo Deer’ tile from Ahoy Trader – grace the walls, while floating display bookshelves and a tepee Johanna draped in an old lace curtain bring interest and whimsy. The pendant is from Ikea, and the striped ‘Orange Big Top’ cushion by Rachel Castle is available at Koskela.
Whimsical and old-worldy, this room gives a gentle nod to the past. The Ikea ‘Minnen’ bed (which has been recently tweaked) was chosen for its vintage feel, while the fairytale canopy, bunting and butterfly cushion from Numero 74 for their dreaminess. But it’s that stunning floral ‘Blossom’ paper from Mr Perswall that is the much-loved centerpiece of this gorgeous space.
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