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On April 29, 2011, the world watched in awe as Prince William and Kate Middleton wed at Westminster Abbey. Everyone was excited to see the new Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding dress, watch the procession to Buckingham Palace and, of course, see the balcony kiss between the two lovebirds. Sigh. Now, more than two years later, the world is waiting in anticipation for the birth of the royal baby. Questions are stirring: What’s the gender? What will he or she be named? And what does the nursery look like? (You know it’s just dripping with sophistication.) In anticipation for the upcoming day, here are some royal-inspired nursery designs fit for your little prince or princess.


Dreamy Celebrity Nurseries

Dr. Phil’s granddaughter’s nursery | Photo courtesy of Petit Trésor

Dreamy Nursery Designs

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Dreamy Nursery Designs

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Dreamy Nursery Designs

Photo courtesy of PoshTots

Blue Boys Nursery Design

Design by Sherri Blum


Inglesina Classic Pram Stroller

Classic Stroller from Inglesina

Poshtots Prince Rocking Horse

Prince Rocking Horse from PoshTots

Nursery Daybed

St. Andrews Daybed from Bradshaw Kirchofer

Need ideas for nurseries and kids’ rooms? Look no further.

*Accessories shared by Brittany Wright of BLASTmedia

9 Responses

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