Your little one isn't third in line for the British throne, but he can still have a regal room to call his own. Check out these nursery ideas inspired by the royal baby.
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...Yet Delta's bassinet won't blow the family fortune ($70; BuyBuyBaby.com).
Line drawers with pram-adorned paper. Pretty! ($25, MidoriRibbon.com)
Prince George's great-grandma, Queen Elizabeth II, has two Corgis, so it would be fitting for your princeling to have a stuffed one of his own. (Corgi: $23, StuffedAnimals.com)
According to Hello! magazine, the royal nursery has plenty of photos of the family to keep Baby company. Use this Crown Point frame from Kate Spade for photos of your loved ones ($50).
A Subtle Hue
A Subtle Hue
The Huffington Post claims that Kate went with an "elegant neutral theme" for the nursery. This paint works well with any room because it allows the furniture to stand out. (Serena & Lily, $45 for one gallon)
Customize the hand-painted gold crown with Baby's name. (Layla Grayce, $550)
The royal baby will probably receive a Paddington bear or two. Instead of ordering one from across the pond, try this Baby Bear Musical Mobile from Carter's ($50).
This sturdy yet elegant DaVinci Jenny Lind changing table has two shelves of storage space to fit all of a noble's necessities ($136).
You may not have access to Blue Almonds, where Kate Middleton was spotted shopping for Prince George's nursery, but there are plenty of reasonably priced stores stateside where you can find great furniture. This Rockland Austin dresser from J.C. Penney has a timeless look, so you won't have to buy a new one as your baby gets older. ($450).
Delicate but manly enough for a prince, this Fluted Trellis Pendant from Restoration Hardware Baby & Child is sure to brighten up the nursery ($179).
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