4 Ways Have A Kitchen That Looks Like Meghan Markle’s


Recently, Meghan Markle, aka the Duchess of Sussex, gave us all a sneak peek into her kitchen in a video released in light of her new lifestyle brand launch, American Riviera Orchard.

The royal star has been out of the spotlight for quite some time now, and we’re not 100% sure why. Perhaps she was using this time to carefully craft her new launch.

Several speculations have been made about what she will be selling with her new brand, but some have guessed that it could be kitchenware or confectionary-like foodie items. For all we know, it may even be a cookbook.

Unfortunately, we can’t all become Dukes and Duchesses overnight, but we can at least implement a few changes in our kitchens and homes to make them seem more royal-worthy. Here, we have all the secrets to Meghan Markle’s decorating style, as seen in her recent posts and in recent years.

Bakeware, Tableware and Dishes

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As seen in the clip, the mother-of-two calmly stirs a bowl on a counter surrounded by several ceramic bowls of various sizes, mostly all in neutral tones. The utensils or dishes, if you will, seemed to have an agrarian and textured surface. There also appears to be a wooden pedestal fruit stand that resembles a medieval or vintage style.

The stand is loaded with what seems to be apples and pears. Both the ceramic bowl and wooden stand have a rustic feel to them, which adds to a farmhouse aesthetic. The tones are all neutral or earth tones, adding to the simple yet homely vibe we’re getting from her kitchen setup.

Metal Finishes

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Several metallic finishes and items spotted in the clip further enhance the rustic allure of the kitchen. A silver metal stove and silver pans hang from the ceiling, perhaps giving her kitchen a laidback and homely feel.

Brown Kitchen Walls

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The light brown hues on the Duchess of Sussex’s kitchen walls really accentuate the farmhouse feel. We’re not sure that this color will suit everyone’s home or personal preference, but it can undoubtedly make a kitchen feel more agrarian and homely if you’re willing to take a chance on these earthy tones.


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We’ve known for a while now that Meghan’s favorite flowers are peonies (thanks to her now-deleted Instagram account and lifestyle blog from several years ago). Therefore, it should come as no surprise that white peonies are also featured in her video launch alongside white roses. If you’d like to give your kitchen a luxurious lift, then why not get a bunch of white peonies or white roses?

If you’re feeling daring, you could even get a mix of both of these flowers. For Markle’s wedding day in 2018, she donned a bunch of hand-picked astilbes, jasmine, lily, forget-me-nots (which were Diana’s favorite), and sprigs of myrtle. These flowers could also be perfect choices for adding to your home decor’s finishing touches.

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