Vanity Fair is reporting that they might have some insights into how the royal nursery might be shaping up. London’s Grosvenor House has hired an actual nursery designer firm to create something “fit for a royal baby.”
The firm, Dragon’s of Walton’s Street, is the same firm that Princess Diana and the Duchess of York used to make nurseries for Princes William and Harry and Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie. Vanity Fair also reports that the firm boasts Gwyneth Paltrow, Victoria Beckham, and Madonna as clients.
The debut of this new sweet baby suite is scheduled to happen around the time of the birth of the “royal baby”.
However, Decor & Style is suggesting that The Duchess of Cambridge is interested in a more worldly theme and says that designer Christopher Chanond is already at work on a nursery inspired by Jules Verne’s Around the World in Eighty Days.
As much as I love a classic nursery with Beatrix Potter touches, I really do think the murals and colors of the Jules Verne theme are fantastic and jive with a modern family more.
Take a look behind the scenes at designing the baby nursery:
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