Chandeliers make any room they're in look a little more (OK, a lot more) luxurious, which is why hanging one in a royal-inspired nursery is a must. You can go luxe, with this one inspired by Victorian English chandeliers (restorationhardware.com, $1,350). We also found this one at a much more pocket-friendly price (potterybarnkids.com, $199).
Nothing is as comfortable as a glider. Rocking chairs have their place, but for a nursery, where moms are going to be spending a lot of time, comfort is key — as long as it's stylish. Go a little higher end with this simple but totally chic white glider (serenaandlily.com, $1,095 to $1,295), or save some money and opt for this similar style (toysrus.com, $280).
Cribs are the focal point of any nursery, so it's important to look for something with clean lines that works with the rest of the room and makes a subtle but eye-catching statement. We love this gorgeous crib inspired by a French antique bed (rhbabyandchild.com, $1,299), but this more affordable option works, too (potterybarnkids.com, $599).
When the royal baby isn't in his or her crib, the cradle will be there as a backup. We can't get enough of this extravagant cradle with gold gilding (laylagrayce.com, $1,848), but this elegant — and much less expensive — option would also make a stylish addition to any nursery (wayfair.com, $170).
No nursery is complete without an ultra-soft blanket to cover baby with. Feel like splurging? Then we suggest this luxe cashmere blanket that would make any baby (royal or otherwise) very happy (jcrew.com, $178). A much lower-costing but also soft alternative can be found at IKEA (in stores, $6).
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