Differing greatly from his younger brother Prince Harry's room, which was a kaleidoscope of colour, the Prince of Wales had a very muted bedroom that kept all focus on his studies. In classic 90s style, William's private room featured a white desk topped with his chunky computer monitor, a keyboard and a matching desk lamp.
Papers and folders had been neatly stacked to one side of the desk, while the Prince had displayed more important letters on the pinboard.
Decorations appeared to be minimal, with the only hints of colour coming from the green tartan tablecloth where a small TV and wired telephone were positioned beside the window, and the delicate pastel blue and white geometric print curtains.
William may have added more personal touches outside of the shot, but his bedroom appeared stark and practical compared to Harry's. The Duke of Sussex also chose to join around 50 other pupils in one of Eton's 25 houses on campus.
Before leaving college in 2003, he posed for photos in his poster-covered bedroom, lounging on a leather chair between a wooden desk and chest of drawers in the same light oak colour.
The surfaces had been covered with a CD player, speakers, mugs, books and trinkets, including a special black and white framed photograph of his late mother Princess Diana taken by Mario Testino.
A red, blue and black striped material was draped across the chest of drawers, a red patterned tapestry hung on the wall and an England flag was displayed on his noticeboard.
Further photos of William's accommodation have revealed a few glimpses of colour outside of his bedroom. For example, the kitchen featured yellow and white walls and blue and yellow curtains covering a hatch that led into the living room – perfect for socialising with friends.
William left Eton College and moved into St Salvator's Hall of Residence at St Andrews University in Scotland, which also happened to be Princess Kate's accommodation. They went on to live together with several other friends for their final two years of studies, although no photos of how they decorated the interiors of their Uni homes have been released.
In their second year, William and Kate joined two friends in a rented Victorian terraced house near the University. It is believed that their love story began while living in this property, where Kate joked her future husband tried to impress her with his cooking skills.
Finally, the Prince and Princess – who now live in Anmer Hall with their three children – escaped the media attention around their relationship by moving into a four-bedroom cottage called Balgove House on the Strathtyrum Estate in their final year.