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One peek inside Kate Middleton and Prince William's living room in Kensington Palace just isn't enough! From the way they mix modern pieces like an acrylic side table with traditional furniture to the way they create an atmosphere so inviting that even the Obamas feel immediately at home, we love their interior design style. And as we conclude the dark, cold months of Winter, we wanted to steal some of the decor pieces that make their family home - make that palace - the perfect place to hibernate with a good book and bottle of wine all season long. Check out the four key pieces to the cozy look ahead.

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