12 Oh-So-Royal Inspired Nurseries

The world is just awaiting to see a beautifully designed nursery from Kate Middleton and Prince William. We can only imagine a fancy crib with beautiful custom curtains among a large room inside their castle. Just like we are waiting to see the wardrobe of the charming little one, we can’t wait to see inside the royal nursery. While you might not have the budget for a $20,000 crib, there are plenty of simple design elements and ways to arrange the furniture to make a budget-friendly nursery that anyone can afford, even if you aren’t a King or Queen. Whether you’re into extravagant designs or you just love to dream of a royal nursery, you can surely let these gorgeous spaces inspire your nursery.

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    Royal designs! Click-through 12 Oh-So-Royal Inspired Nurseries so you can get the look too! 

  • Classic 2 of 13

    A slight pop of color over a monochromatic white hue is simple and classic.

    Image via Vanity Fair 

  • Chic Nursery 3 of 13

    Large windows, paper lanterns and beautiful wallpaper—this is a chic nursery with a modern edge that is elegant and feminine. 

    Image via Apartment Therapy 

  • European Design 4 of 13

    The gold-leaf accents featured on this distressed wood finish is surely an antique look with the touch of elegance that you usually see in European design. The silk, oh-so-soft fabrics for the window coverings are so inviting too! 

    Image via Petit Tresor

  • Fit for a Princess 5 of 13

    This is truly a royal room! From the Venetian crib to the old-fashioned buggy, anyone would feel like a princess sleeping here. 

    Image via Rosenberry Rooms

  • Royal Twins 6 of 13
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    While Princess Kate may not be having Twins the fine cribs, extravagant bedding, and chandelier are all design elements that would fit the royal taste. 

    Image via Art for Kids

  • Pure Sweetness 7 of 13

    A girl can only dream! As a big fan of pink, my inner princess is just swooning over this beautiful room. I wouldn't mind having that cozy chair in my master, but I am pretty sure that my husband wouldn't agree. 

    Image via Project Nursery 

  • Trendy Design Element 8 of 13

    A stencil wall is a trendy design element that I do hope to see in the nursery of the royal heir. Along with a pop of color in the furniture department. Let that little royal have some fun!

    Image via Turned to Design 

  • Oh-So-Glam 9 of 13

    An extravagant nursery with wallpaper that makes a bold statement. A quick tip to make your nursery a little more royal? Draping fabric safety over or around to frame the crib instantly makes it look like a million bucks. 

    Image via Little Crown Interiors 

  • Elegant But Simple 10 of 13

    A color palette filled with pale pinks, white, and ivories is so simple and truly makes any room look larger. It's a delicate and feminine way to create an elegant space. A rocking horse is sure to make an appearance in the royal nursery too! It's a classic!

    Image via On to Baby

  • Pink and Blue Duo 11 of 13

    Blue isn't just for baby boys, but this pink and blue space is a great ideas for a gender neutral nursery too! The quilted cribs and gorgeous fabric coverings, mixed with a dreamy color palette, make this room quite the retreat. 

    Image via Project Nursery 

  • Soft and Cozy 12 of 13

    Placing your crib in the middle of the room really will open up the space. A soft, neutral color palette really opens up the nursery and this is something that I could definitely see fitting in at Buckingham Palace. 

    Image via On to Baby

  • Royal Babe 13 of 13

    This bright nursery was put together with a soothing color palette and simple finds. The large mirror, antique chair and chandelier are all essentials for a royal babe. 

    Image via On to Baby


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