A bedroom fit for a Princess

This year not just one but hundreds of little princesses will be born to families worldwide.

Doting parents will be busy painting and furnishing new nurseries into peaceful havens for their new bundles of joy.

The Queen’s Sandringham Estate royal nursery is sure to be decked with the very best high quality cot and deluxe linen along with numerous gifts from great-granny, the Queen herself.

So what do you buy a child that has it all? How do you create the perfect nursery? Here are some top tips and best buys for a dream royal standard first bedroom.

French Elegance White Blanket Box

This beautiful blanket box brings a touch of class to any interior. This French influence in design is perfect for the plush decor of the Queens favourite estate in Norfolk.



cot bed

Louis Sleigh Cot Bed


With adjustable height and the added benefit of a under cot draw this is a multipurpose bed. Fitting with the French theme and colour code this a four poster children’s equivalent.






Clever Toy Storage


With an abundance of toys and clothing not to mention nappies, bottles and essentials a clever and tidy storage solution is a must for the new nursery.

We chose the deluxe range from Bedroom Storage Solutions, which uses wood rather than wire or metal to create a beautiful and practical storage which will adapt with your child as they grow.




chair princessBelle Rocking Chair


The name alone says it all this beautiful nursing chair provides the best in comfort and elegance to match your French inspired blanket box.










Nursery interiors and accessories are increasingly more natural in colour, gone are the garish pink and blues. Soft greys, creams, beiges and browns bring us back to nature and mean the bedrooms or suitable for both sexes. It also means items like the blanket box and rocking chair can easily adapt to other rooms in the house without looking out of place.


By Gina Hutchings



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