Kids
May 11, 2015

Nursery decor fit for a princess

By: Samantha Battistone

Nursery decor fit for a princess Author: Style At Home

Kids
May 11, 2015

Nursery decor fit for a princess

By: Samantha Battistone

While the world celebrates the arrival of Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, we have but one thing on our minds; the royal nursery. What might the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have planned for their little princess? We can only image it's as elegant and luxurious as the rest of Will and Kate's home inside Kensington Palace.

Princess Charlotte of Cambridge's nursery decor is sure to be as stylish as the Duchess herself. And with that in mind, we've gathered 10 elegant nursery decor ideas we think are perfectly fit for a princess.
 

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A nursery fit for a princess

Gold floral wallpaper

Every royal nursery needs some gold accents. Which is why we think this beautiful gold floral wallpaper is the perfect choice for Princess Charlotte.  

By: Samantha Battistone Source: Ashley Capp Credits: Style at Home

A nursery fit for a princess

Ceramic tea set

She might not be old enough to attend afternoon tea just yet, but we're certain Princess Charlotte's nursery will have a gorgeous tea set on display. Ceramic Carved Flower Tea Set, Pottery Barn Kids, $59.

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A nursery fit for a princess

Mobile

A mobile hung above a crib makes a wonderful addition to any nursery decor. We think the Duke and Duchess might choose a design similar to these adorable bunny rabbits to help their little princess fall asleep. Wool felt bunny mobile, Restoration Hardware Baby & Child, $59.

By: Samantha Battistone Source: Restoration Hardware Baby & Child Credits: Style at Home

A nursery fit for a princess

Moses basket

With hand-cut glass crystals and French chantilly lace, this Moses basket from Dragons of Walton Street (said to have been Princess Diana's favourite children's shop) might have made its way into the royal nursery. The nursery design company is no stranger to the royal family, having helped create baby rooms for both Prince William and Harry. Dragons Luxury Moses Basket, Dragons of Walton Street, £3,295.

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A nursery fit for a princess

Soft blankets

A stroll around Kensington Palace wouldn't be complete without soft blankets to keep her royal highness cozy and warm. These knit stroller blanket are extremely soft and stylish; making them perfect for a princess. Luxe stroller blanket, Restoration Hardware Baby & Child, $42.

By: Samantha Battistone Source: Restoration Hardware Baby & Child Credits: Style at Home

A nursery fit for a princess

Children's books

When Kate Middleton welcomed her first child, it was reported she had chosen a Beatrix Potter themed nursery for Prince George. Keeping with tradition, we're sure his little sister, Princess Charlotte has received her own collection of the classic Peter Rabbit tales. The Complete Peter Rabbit Library, Anthropologie, $50.

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A nursery fit for a princess

Stylish chandelier

What better lighting option for a princess than a stunning chandelier. Draped with beads, a chandelier will add just the right amount of elegance to the royal nursery. Bella Chandelier, Pottery Barn Kids, $200.

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A nursery fit for a princess

Rocking chair

Perfect for night-time feedings and afternoon stories, we can't imagine Princess Charlotte's nursery without a lovely rocking chair. Luxury Belle Rocking Chair, NotOnTheHighStreet, £4,200.

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A nursery fit for a princess

Decor accessories

To welcome her arrival, there are sure to be some little (and big) Tiffany blue boxes awaiting this princess. Teddy Bear Bank, Tiffany & Co., $2,300.

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A plush rug

It won't be too long before her royal highness is crawling around the nursery. So, a soft and luxurious rug, like the one found in this glamorous modern nursery is the perfect addition. Especially when big brother George wants to play, too.

By: Samantha Battistone Source: Ashley Capp Credits: Style at Home
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