Unless you've been living under a rock for the past few months, you know that the entire world is anxiously awaiting the arrival of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's baby. The royal couple first announced the pregnancy back in October of 2018, just a few months after their wedding captured the attention of millions around the world. Since then, there's been speculation about everything from the baby's name to the due date of the newest member of the royal family.
With the young couple's first child due any day now, online interior design service Modsy is turning its attention to the royal nursery. In fact, they've gone so far as to imagine what the young royal's space might look like if it were designed by Markle, Prince Harry, Kate Middleton, and Queen Elizabeth herself.
Ahead, take a look inside four potential designs for the royal baby's nursery and shop each individual look.
Meghan Markle's Nursery Look
If Markle designed her baby's nursery based on her own style, it would be an eclectic minimalist space, according to Modsy's vice president of style, Alessandra Wood. Meant to pay homage to her California roots, the room features light, casual pieces that feel relaxed and easy to live in. The furniture is modern for a fresh interpretation of Markle's personal style. If you want to get the look in your own home, seek out neutral pieces and layer up with textures and patterns, Wood recommends.
The rounded corners of this light, whitewashed oak dresser make it entirely modern. It would look lovely in a California cool nursery.
This neutral, caramel-colored rug is just the thing to tie together a nursery with a minimalist color palette. It adds texture and comfort.
If you have the space for it, a settee is a nice design element for any nursery. This one features a graphic pattern and would make for a comfy place to cuddle up with your baby.
Prince Harry's Nursery Look
The royal baby's nursery as designed by Prince Harry would be contemporary and eclectic, Wood explains. "We think Harry's version of the nursery would take inspiration from more masculine, British design and nods to his polo days, as well as his known youthful, fun energy," she adds. The room features playful stuffed animals, bright green walls, and layered rugs. Get the look by sourcing darker pieces of furniture and contrasting these with pops of color and a bit of texture.
While you might think a bold pendant like this is fit to hang above a dining room table, it could make a statement in a nursery.
This graphic wall art featuring safari lions adds a playful touch to a nursery or kid's room. It's perfect for an eclectic space with many different styles and décor elements.
This trunk is a fun, unique piece to use as an end table in a nursery. It's reminiscent of travel and adventure.
Kate Middleton's Nursery Look
Just like Middleton's timeless fashion sense, her take on nursery décor is likely to feel tailored and thoughtfully put together. Wood calls the look "contemporary with refined touches." A mother herself, Middleton would probably think to add plenty of storage space and practical elements like the bookcases that sit on each side of the window. The room also includes many wicker details in a nod to the nurseries Middleton has designed for her own children. You can create a similar look with natural materials, including rattan and wicker paired with classic pieces and simple, gender-neutral colors.
There is nothing more effortlessly cool than a hanging rattan chair. This one from Serena & Lily is inspired by 1960s Scandinavian design and would look chic in a nursery.
This hand-knotted rug is perfect for tying a space together. It features subtle pops of blue in an intricate pattern with short fringe on the edges.
A timeless, classic piece that glides and rocks, this piece was made for nurseries. Place it in the corner by an end table and style it with a throw pillow or blanket.
Queen Elizabeth's Nursery Look
If Queen Elizabeth were in charge of her great-grandchild's nursery, it would likely be inspired by the English countryside. "The cottage style in the nursery is sweet and inviting with elegant details," Wood notes. The space features a light gray paint color, white furnishings, and wicker baskets for texture. To recreate a similar room in your home, go for classic shapes, plush seating, and rustic woods.
This gold floor lamp with a white shade is a classic piece that could work with almost any existing décor. It's perfect for setting up in a corner by a comfy chair.
A cozy chair to curl up in and read a bedtime story, this piece from Interior Define is timeless and evokes a simple, traditional design style.
Perfect for a nursery designed with the English countryside in mind, this dresser comes in a rustic wooden finish that would look beautiful with plush, white accent pieces.