When Prince William and Kate Middleton moved into Kensington Palace and later Anmer Hall in Norfolk, there was a lot to be done to update the interiors. The Week points out that the couple spent "several million pounds" refurbishing the 10-bedroom Georgian home and wanted to be sure the décor matched the couple's personal taste.
With a sizable decoration budget, you might imagine the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge would have their furniture custom-made, but it seems Middleton doesn't mind shopping for high-street buys. PopSugar reports that she was spotted at home décor stores like Zara Home and Ann Sacks. She also has an eye for vintage furniture and frequents local dealers like Youlls Antiques and Hungerford Arcade for one-of-a-kind buys.
Here's our pick of regal buys from some of Kate Middleton's favorite home décor stores.
Middleton was spotted leaving Zara Home with several bags full of products. Reports suggest she picked up plates from the Spanish retailer, among other things.
Middleton and her mother were spotted shopping at this Kensington baby furniture store when she was pregnant with Prince George.
Middleton browsed the brand's terra-cotta and stone tiles.