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Royal Baby Nursery Design Inspiration

Day Bed and Side Table Photo Credit: bradshawkirchofer.com

Day Bed and Side Table (Photo Credit: bradshawkirchofer.com)

As we patiently (ok, impatiently) await the arrival of the Royal Baby, It’s fun to think about how the Duchess of Cambridge will be decorating her nursery. We can all imagine the lavishness in which the Royal Baby will grow up. Of course the Royal Baby deserves a nursery fit for Royalty and one that has been inspired by English classics. Designed with the Royal Baby in mind, Bradshaw Kirchofer has created romantic and classical furniture pieces in their new St. Andrews Collection. Here is a look at some Royal Baby nursery design inspirations so that you too can bring a bit of luxury and British classics into your own nursery.

St. Andrews Dresser Photo Credit: bradshawkirchofer.com

St. Andrews Dresser (Photo Credit: bradshawkirchofer.com)

Ann Bradshaw, Head Furniture Designer, felt so inspired by the news of the Royal Baby that she set out to create this luxurious and charming collection that was six months in the making. The collection is named after the place where Kate and Prince William met. They met at St. Andrews University in Scotland and so The St. Andrews Collection was created in detail imagining what Kate might choose for her nursery.

Faux Silk Curtains Photo Credit: Overstock.com

Faux Silk Curtains (Photo Credit: Overstock.com)

The collection features a soft palette of ocean aquawhisper beige and a blushing vintage pink. The line boasts that charming vintage appeal reminiscent of  English classics fit for Royalty. The collection features a range of mix-and-match furniture pieces, such as a day bedtwin beddressersside tables and a tall wardrobe all constructed from 100 percent natural solid pine, and all pieces are made in the U.S.A.

Photo Credit: rhbabyandchild.com

(Photo Credit: rhbabyandchild.com)

I imagine these pieces in the Royal Nursery, beautifully decorated with silk curtains, gold crown details, and lots of ornate decorations. Here are some decor ideas that will bring your Royal nursery to life along with your St. Andrews Collection furniture.

Silk (ok Faux silk) Curtains: Overstock has these beautiful faux silk curtains available in a light pink and cream stripe and baby  blue and tan stripe. These will look so luxurious in a nursery and are fit for Royalty. Use these Fleur-De-Lis tieback holders to complete the look.

Crown Details: Restoration Hardware has a great selection of crown decor for your Royal nursery. Crown wall decor, crown bookends and crown bed canopies go perfectly with the St. Andrews Collection for your nursery.

Photo Credit: Target.com

(Photo Credit: Target.com)

Chandelier: Every Royal baby needs a beautiful chandelier. Crown your babies nursery with a lovely chandelier like this one from Pottery Barn Kids.

Photo Credit: Target.com

(Photo Credit: Target.com)

Glidder and Ottoman: Royal babies need to be rocked and lulled to sleep in comfortable spaces. This velvet tufted glider from Target has royalty written all over it. It comes in five different colors. It is definitely a timeless piece for your child’s room.

Rug: You can go all out with the British heritage and use a United Kingdom flag rug like this one from Overstock. It would add a pop of color. You can also keep it more neutral and luxurious like this Maple Fretwork rug from Target. It comes in tan or blue.

St. Andrews Collection Bed  Photo Credit: bradshawkirchofer.com/blog

St. Andrews Collection Bed (Photo Credit: bradshawkirchofer.com/blog)

Rocking Horse: This cute rocking horse is perfect for a Royal Babies nursery.

Serena and Lily Bedding: The Tess Crib Collection is the perfect bedding to accent your St. Andrews Collection furniture. The trellis sheets and damask crib skirt have the look the Duchess would sure to be impressed by.

I hope you feel inspired to decorate your prince or princess’s nursery. The St. Andrews Collection is definitely a fit for Will and Kate’s Royal Baby. The pieces are charming, timeless and beautiful and can fit right into any home. With these Royal Baby design inspirations you will be on your way to creating an elegant nursery.

 

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