The royal heir is on the way, and in honor of the impending addition to the royal family we thought we'd round up some extravagant nursery items fit for a mini prince or princess. But not to worry — for each over-the-top item, we've sourced a more budget-friendly one.
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Ottomans are ideal for use as either a footstool or extra seating in the nursery (or elsewhere in the house). We were instantly impressed with this gorgeous white Moroccan leather pouf with silver stitching (serenaandlily.com, $450). Save a little by going with this white knitted pouf instead (cb2.com, $179).
Though small, babies seem to accumulate a lot of belongings. Storage is essential in any nursery, and this hand-embellished armoire is surely fit for royalty — with a price tag to match (petittresor.com, $6,450). A less extravagant but equally elegant choice would be this hand-finished armoire with lots of storage space (potterybarn.com, $1,199).
We can definitely picture the royal baby being pushed around in this posh pram, inspired by 19th century British aristocracy (bellini.com, $1,300). A more budget-friendly option would be this two-in-one pram with a bassinet and seat (amazon.com, $510).
Changing tables don't have to be boring or take away from the elegance of the room. Case in point: this handmade traditional English changing table that's also a dresser (petittresor.com, $3,250). Go for something more cost-effective with this white changing table with storage (target.com, $249).
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