Intro by Sarah Ball, Q&A by Bridget Arsenault
As Duchess Catherine continues to peck away at furnishing her London apartment and her country house--the former was estimated to go under a $1.5 million renovation--London's Grosvenor House has created something to inspire Kate's take on at least one room. The hotel recently hired British nursery firm Dragon's of Walton Street ahead of Baby Wales's arrival, their mandate to design a quintessential English nursery "fit for a royal baby." Dragon's, meanwhile, comes with their own regal pedigree: back in the 1980s, both Diana, Princess of Wales and Fergie, Duchess of York tapped them to make custom rooms for Princes William and Harry and Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, and the company's famous hand-painted furniture has lured clients like Gwyneth Paltrow, Victoria Beckham, Samantha Cameron, and Madonna.
Today, Dragon's offers "bespoke" children's interiors for clients all over the world, and they've created quite a range: a boy's
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