She decorated baby store for charity
Duchess Meghan has helped set up a charity’s pop-up baby boutique in LA. Does your interior design also reflect the look of Archie and Lilibet’s children’s room?
Duchess Meghan, 41, has demonstrated her sense of style for a charitable cause. Thanks to her generous donation, Harvest Home opened a pop-up baby boutique in Los Angeles just a few days ago. Prince Harry’s wife, 38, not only helped the charity with her “Archewell” team financially. She also helped decorate the store, as revealed in previously unseen pictures posted to Harvest Home’s official Instagram account.
The question immediately arises: is the Duchess of Sussex giving a hint at the style of Lilibets, 1, and Archies, 3, children’s room?
Duchess Meghan likes the pastel-colored Scandi style
Simple white chests of drawers, a mint-colored armchair, whose light wood accents can also be found in the clothes rails, beige-colored baskets, vases, a rose-colored carpet runner and cute cuddly toys: Duchess Meghan chose this Scandinavian interior style when furnishing the baby boutique from “Harvest Home” decided.
The non-profit organization supports expectant mothers who are confronted with domestic violence, drug use or homelessness and provides accommodation and courses.
Did she decorate Lilibet and Archie’s room in this style too?
“Thanks to Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex and the team at ‘Archewell’, we are delighted to unveil our brand new baby boutique! Last week you were so generous in giving your time and resources to transform our empty storage space into a charming space to transform, which is filled with donated clothes, baby accessories and important things,” writes “Harvest Home” for two recordings that present the result of Meghan’s decoration.
In their explosive “Harry & Meghan” Netflix documentary, as well as in several interviews, the Sussexes have given glimpses of their villa in Montecito, California in the past. But Archie and Lilibet’s children’s rooms were always taboo. Now royal fans could probably get an idea of how Meghan could have furnished her children’s rooms.
Sources used: instagram.com, archewell.com