Yesterday was an exciting day for those living in the UK as they got to see the future king of England for the very first time. People anxiously watched the news for hours to see Kate and William’s beautiful baby boy! And it has left us all feeling a bit patriotic. In honour of the cutest royal family member, we’ve put together a guide on how to give your child’s nursery the royal treatment. Just because your little one’s not going to take over the country some day doesn’t mean he shouldn’t have a nursery fit for a king…
Pale Blue Silk.
It doesn’t get much more luxurious than this. The dramatic curtains are undoubtedly the highlight of the room. They are extravagant and opulent – certainly fit for a prince. And let’s not ignore the gorgeous pale blue silk ties attached to the cot either. Pale blue silk is a welcomed addition in any royal baby nursery; not only does it look lavish but there is something very calming and soothing about it too.
A beautiful and lavish cot is a must have for any royal nursery. If you take a look online you will see that there are a lot of options to choose from. The cot should be the standout feature in the room – so don’t be afraid to go all out with an opulent choice.
When you think of the royal residences you can’t think of any room boasting any other light fixture than a chandelier. And your little one’s nursery should be no different either. A chandelier instantly upgrades any room; bring glamour, style, extravagance and excitement. A royal nursery would not be complete without it.
Stroll in style.
Ok, so this may not be part of the interior decor per se. However, every nursery needs a pram ready and waiting by the door for when you want to talk your baby for a stroll. It’s not just enough to have a royal room, you’ve got to ride in style too. And whilst a pram is obviously used for practical purposes, one as beautiful as this can easily enhance the style of a room when not in use.
The lion is a British symbol and it works perfectly in a nursery area because it provides fun; patriotic and entertaining – the ideal combination for any royal nursery. Just because the nursery is going to look elegant and graceful doesn’t mean there should be no scope for fun features. This is a nursery after all!