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9 home styling tips we can learn from Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle

Hello! Logo By hello of Hello! | Slide 1 of 9: Royal family members including the Duchess of Cambridge and Duchess of Sussex are known for their impeccable sense of style, and it appears it extends to their interior design tastes too. Previous glimpses inside Prince William and Kate's family home show how modern touches have been added to the historic royal residence, while Meghan's now-defunct Instagram page showed her creative flair at her former home in Toronto, which she has no doubt brought into her current home at Kensington Palace, and will bring forward to her new home of Frogmore Cottage.

While we may not have a royal budget or have A-list interior designers on speed dial, there are some cues we can learn from the royals' décor, starting with something refreshingly down-to-earth – how to put your own stamp on high street furniture from retailers like IKEA – a favourite of Prince William and Kate.

High street and high end can work together

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge previously revealed that they own pieces from IKEA in their children's rooms. Bargain buys such as the MALM chest of drawers or Sundvik changing table wouldn't look out of place in Kensington Palace; if in doubt the royals could even give the pieces a luxe upgrade with IKEA hacks that are easy to find on sites like Pinterest.

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Royal family members including the Duchess of Cambridge and Duchess of Sussex are known for their impeccable sense of style, and it appears it extends to their interior design tastes too. Previous glimpses inside Prince William and Kate's family home show how modern touches have been added to the historic royal residence, while Meghan's now-defunct Instagram page showed her creative flair at her former home in Toronto, which she has no doubt brought into her current home at Kensington Palace, and will bring forward to her new home of Frogmore Cottage. While we may not have a royal budget or have A-list interior designers on speed dial, there are some cues we can learn from the royals' décor, starting with something refreshingly down-to-earth – how to put your own stamp on high street furniture from retailers like IKEA – a favourite of Prince William and Kate. High street and high end can work together The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge previously revealed that they own pieces from IKEA in their children's rooms. Bargain buys such as the MALM chest of drawers or Sundvik changing table wouldn't look out of place in Kensington Palace; if in doubt the royals could even give the pieces a luxe upgrade with IKEA hacks that are easy to find on sites like Pinterest.
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