Benjamin Moore Predicts the Royal Nursery Will Include the Colors Bunny Gray and Cloud White

published Mar 17, 2019
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The countdown has begun for when Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle will welcome their first child together. If we’re being honest, the countdown began the day that it was announced the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were expecting. The new royal baby is due in April 2019, which means we’re getting *very* close. As we all anxiously await the arrival of their new bundle of joy, everyone has been making different predictions about the name of the baby, the baby’s gender, what the royal nursery will look like, and more.

In anticipation of their growing family, Harry and Meghan will be moving into Frogmore Cottage. It was reported in November 2018 that they were moving out of Kensington Palace, but before their little one arrives, Frogmore Cottage has been undergoing extensive renovations. Part of the remodel has been focused on designing the royal nursery. Now, we’ve all been wondering if the Duke and Duchess will have little bears painted on the walls of the nursery? Benjamin Moore has put out their predictions for what the color palette will look like in the royal nursery. And TBH, we would totally want this for our own bedroom.

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With fans of Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry anxiously awaiting the arrival of the newest addition to the royal family, Benjamin Moore has released a special palette with color predictions for their nursery at Frogmore Cottage.

Featuring earthy, gender-neutral colors inspired by the English countryside, the palette is made up of nine gorgeous hues perfect for a newborn, including:

  • Cloud White OC-130
  • Pashmina AF-100
  • Bunny Gray 2124-50
  • Head Over Heels AF-250
  • Metropolitan AF-690
  • Ballet White OC-9
  • Smoke 2122-40
  • Snow White OC-66
  • Black Pepper 2130-40

This color palette is gender neutral, while still maintaining an airy aesthetic that most nurseries have. You’d never expect to see a color like “black pepper” in a color scheme for a baby, but this shade actually really works beautifully. Hopefully, since Meghan and Harry are a little more laidback than Prince William and Kate Middleton, we might see photos of the royal nursery after they’ve gotten settled into their new home.