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At Home With Meghan Markle & Prince Harry

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A royal wedding with royal taste

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s upcoming wedding has fashion followers wondering what designer she will wear on her wedding day. But for us home bodies and décor aficionados, we are obsessing over how she will dress her new home at Nottingham Cottage.

By blending her taste for fashion, her décor aesthetic at her previous home in Toronto, and a touch of Prince Harry’s style, we created these royal-inspired mood boards.

Take their engagement photo above. It’s not bridal – it’s glam! Hits of shine, playfulness and an appreciation for quality made things, all lead us to fun, yet stylish accent pillows.

Prince Harry Meghan Markle decor mood board with monochromatic looks for their new home

Neutrals that make a statement

Some suggest that Meghan has been making safe fashion choices with her first few royal appearances. But the bride-to-be has always liked wearing tonal and monochromatic dressing.

For her kitchen, we would style it the same way, pairing almond, taupe and khaki shades for her chairs, dishwasherluxe mixer and more.

Prince Harry Meghan Markle decor mood board with modern pieces for their new home

Drawing the lines

Although Prince Harry is a fan of greys and blues – pretty standard wear for most men – Meghan always complements him by wearing neutrals. But she does appreciate interesting design and Canadian labels. So, naturally, for the living room we opted for a chevron pattern rug and structured loveseat in Prince Harry hues. But we added a modern, angular end table that appeals to her fashion sense, too.

Prince Harry Meghan Markle decor mood board with blue tones for their new home
The shape of water

It seems the royal couple are both fans of monochromatic style and classic fashion. That’s why we were inspired by this blue washer/dryer set. The canvas word art is just a reminder as to why we do laundry – to keep looking our best. 😉

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