With Royal Baby Fever in full force, we are diving right into baby frenzy. While I don’t have any little ones crawling around, you can often find me wandering through the racks of onesies and babygros planning for someday. (Or, whichever friend pops out a little one next)
Kate has incredible style, and I have no doubt that her home looks as lovely as her closet. While she got a late start on decorating, we are certain she is knee-deep in paint swatches, fabric choices, and catalogs. While we already pondered what Kate’s nursery might look like for a son, what might it look like for a daughter?
This is a given, and I think we’d all expect (and love) a nursery like this for the Royal Baby. A bright pink, fluffy, tulle covered room fit for royalty. Of course, it makes sense – this is the baby of our modern Cinderella and Prince Charming. It seems fitting that she would be treated like a fairytale princess, with a fairytale nursery.
English Country Rose
Kate is a country girl at heart, and she and William love walking through the English country. A classic, feminine and absolutely lovely look for the nursery would be an English country rose style. Classic English rose patterns will remind the couple of their loving days in a cottage in Anglesey and their early days at St. Andrew’s in the small home they shared. Kate is an avid gardener and I’m sure blooming roses make her smile.
Modern Safari Chic
William and Catherine LOVE Africa. If you needed proof – William proposed to Kate on a safari in Kenya. So, to bring their love for Africa into their home and into the life of their child, a colorful Africa-inspired safari nursery would fit the bill. The modern couple could lean toward bright, stimulating colors for the little lady, complete with bold floral prints, neon animal posters, and zebra print upholstery.
Little Girl Blue
Did you know that in the early 20th century, blue was considered a girly color? It was thought to be too soft for boys. With rumours spreading that Kate has purchased a light blue Bugaboo stroller, we didn’t give up on a little princess! A soft, blue nursery, perhaps with rococo inspirations, would be beautiful for a little lady. With her sapphire engagement ring, light colored stroller, and love of blue ensembles, we wouldn’t be surprised to see the Princess in the blue room.
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