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Graham and Green

In just one hour, the world will stand still, except those opting for their DVR, as Prince William and Kate Middleton say their long-awaited ‘I dos’ in a lavish royal wedding. Seeing “royal wedding” and “Will + Kate” plastered everywhere has made it virtually impossible to not think of our trans-Atlantic cousins. Put a Union Jack on anything, and Americans eat it up. (If you’ve ever been to London, you know that patriotic souvenir shops are everywhere.) Brits around the globe are fond of them, too.
Like it or not (and I like it), with William and Kate’s nuptials, the Union Jack obsession has stylishly infected interior design and decor. So, in honor of the royal wedding, here are my favorite chic and bold takes on the Union Jack in furniture and accessories.

Royal Wedding Union Jack DecorPhotos (clockwise left to right): Decor Demon + Burnham Design; Graham and Green; James Merrell

Royal Wedding Union Jack DecorPhotos (left to right): House to Home; delysia style

Royal Wedding Union Jack DecorPhotos (clockwise left to right): Creative Shelter; Not On the High Street; Apartment Therapy

Royal Wedding Union Jack DecorPhotos (clockwise left to right): Design*Sponge; Doesn’t Cost the Earth Interiors; Graham and Green

If you chose to DVR the ceremony, throw your own royal wedding party later today (sans PJs) centered around traditional English food, including some of Will and Kate’s favorite dishes, at FoodNetwork.com. And if you’re as fascinated with the royal couple as me, follow the pair’s relationship timeline at TravelChannel.com.


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Kayla KittsKayla is a special projects editor at HGTV.com and a co-editor-in-chief for Design Happens. Kayla is an overbearing cat mom with a love for vintage-modern furniture, artisan cocktails, organizing all...


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