At a low cost, recreate William and Kate’s garden furniture at Kensington Palace.
THIS SUMMER, you can create a garden worthy of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge without spending a dime.
William and Kate rarely share photos from their Kensington Palace residence. When President Barack and Michelle Obama visited in 2016, royal watchers were treated with photos from inside the palace. Royal admirers are often interested in learning about the furniture used in royal palaces and whether they can replicate their favorite royal looks at home with a less expensive alternative.
Kate Middleton is said to have purchased IKEA furniture for her children’s bedrooms, according to sources.
Last week, Prince William published a video with Olympic fighter Lauren Price, who will be representing Team GB in Tokyo this summer.
The Cambridge family enjoys the private garden at Kensington Palace, as seen in this video.
The garden furniture that Prince William and Lauren were seated on was a huge hit with royal watchers.
Lauren is the first female boxer from Wales to compete in the Olympics, according to the BBC Sport interview.
The big, carved dark oak seats and matching coffee table in the Cambridges’ garden, however, piqued the interest of most royal admirers.
The wooden furniture is designed in the ‘Lutyens’ style, after British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens.
Many benches and seats were designed in a similar form in the years that followed, and the Cambridges plainly approve of the design.
Following the publication of the film, royal watchers noticed that Amazon had virtually similar copies of the same furniture for a lower price.
As a result, anyone who wants to dress their garden in the style of Kate Middleton may now do so on a budget.
A Lutyens-style Marlborough Teak Chair is available on Amazon for £169.99.
This is a great deal when compared to authentic Lutyens garden bench sets, which cost nearly a $1,000.
The traditional style is available in single seats on Amazon, but Thompson & Morgan also offers a bench for £174.99.
In their garden, Kate Middleton has also constructed a wooden swing for Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis to enjoy.
Many parents throughout the country will want to imitate the Duchess’s idea for their small children this summer, as she has shared charming images of the family on the swing.
Nearby, Prince William and Prince Harry recently unveiled a statue of their mother in the official Kensington Palace Gardens. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”