Since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made the move to the US with their son Archie, they have shared glimpses into their lavish £11million Montecito home via virtual appearances. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's beautifully curated Zoom backdrops include a range of stylish interiors tricks – and you can easily recreate them too!
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First up there's the book stacking technique, where the couple arrange a pile of coffee table books to make a stylish feature. This is a favourite among many interior designers and a look that you've probably seen all over Instagram. It's a trusted trick of Meghan's that we have witnessed her utilise before at her former Toronto home, where she lived prior to meeting the Prince.
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The selection of books has also been carefully considered, making a more meaningful statement than just an aesthetic one.
Meghan loved styling with books in her former home too
While previously, the actress may have turned to fashion-led literature like Vogue, her choices have taken a more socio-political focus, and the couple's collection includes, A Photographer's Life; 1990-2005 by Annie Leibovitz and Women: National Geographic Image Collection.
Meghan has stacked books as a visual feature
Another favourite interior trend of Meghan's has to be classic stripes – a simple way to add interest into your home. We've seen her and Harry's monochrome striped cushions on their sofa, as well as a decorative striped throw hanging on a rack in the living room. In her previous home, where she lived alone, Meghan had a stripey throw and rug adding personality to her abode.
Meghan's previous Toronto home also featured a lot of striped items
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The Duchess' love of Diptyque candles has also stood the test of time, as they were a regular occurrence on her now-removed Instagram page from before she was royal, and they have been spotted at her new Montecito home, too.
Shop the look:
Diptyque candles are great for Instagram – and they smell divine!
Roses candle, £49, Diptyque
Stripes are a style staple, and these pillowcases are a steal at just £7 each!
Comporta Pillowcase, £7, La Redoute
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