4 Bridgerton-Inspired Looks That Have the Duchess of Hastings’ Seal of Approval

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Published on March 18, 2022

If you’re like us, you likely binged Bridgerton in mere days and are eagerly awaiting the next chapter in the series, wine and stretchy pants at the ready. From the steamy chemistry and family drama to the witty Lady Whistledown diatribes and dreamy sets, Bridgerton is endlessly entertaining on a mental, emotional, and purely visual level. 

And thanks to this Netflix hit (and similar period dramas like Downton Abbey), Regency style is quite literally reigning on-screen and in real life. From intricate floral wallpaper to traditional woodwork, so many new classic trends borrow from this historical aesthetic. 

So, ahead of the March 25 season two premiere, we did the obvious – designed Bridgerton-inspired interiors for the modern age. But before we get to the looks, let’s start with the basics:

Back Up: What Is Regency Style?

This highly specific era lasted from 1811 to 1820, when Prince Regent ruled England in place of his father, King George III. Homes during this time were every bit as opulent as you’d imagine, with ornate woodwork, intricate wallpaper, dramatic drapes, and luxe furniture supremely in vogue. In other words, it’s simply more than our Jane Austen-loving hearts can take.

To break it down, here is your checklist of basic design elements to get the Regency-inspired trend:

  • Dramatic wallpaper
  • Vintage-inspired floral prints (see a few of our custom favorites here)
  • Ornate woodwork and carved details
  • Brass and glass accents
  • Luxe materials like velvet
  • Traditional furniture
  • Long drapes
  • A hint of fringe on pillows and textiles

Without further ado, browse our Bridgerton interior design looks and shop the looks below. Fortunately, these products prove you don’t have to be the Duchess of Hastings to bring regency style home. 

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Simon and Daphne’s Bedroom

Bridgerton interior design

For a space inspired by the favored Bridgerton daughter and her beau, we’re leaning sultry, romantic, and elegant with a touch of Daphne’s signature dusty blue hue. Go all-in with a moody floral wallpaper flecked with deep teal, navy, and a touch of ochre, dramatic blue drapes, a minimalist bed frame, and gilded sconces and a statement chandelier.

bridgerton bedroom

bed // nightstand // wallpaper // chandelier // sconce // curtains // pouf

The Bridgerton Household

Bridgerton interior design

Just like the well-to-do Bridgerton family, this look is elegant, refined, and classic. Opt for a neutral base with touches of grass green and soft rose, and add a whimsical, nature-inspired touch with artwork and houseplants. Finished with gold accents and finishes, this look is Bridgerton with a capital “B.”

bridgerton living room

side table // artwork // pink chair // coffee table // sofa // pillow

The Featherington Home

regency style interior design

Like Prudence, Philipa, and Penelope’s many outfits, the Featherington-inspired home is pattern-heavy, a little more colorful, and a touch glam. Go all out on patterned furniture and a bold palette of kelly green and fuschia pink, and don’t skimp on whimsical, gilded lighting. If you’re really dedicated to the maximalist Feathertington look, this luxe chandelier is right up Lady Portia’s alley.

bridgerton decor

rug // sofa // chair // coffee table // chandelier // pillow

Queen Charlotte’s Parlor

Bridgerton interior design

A Queen Charlotte-inspired space demands luxury, grandeur, and splendor. To nail the unabashedly regal vibe, start with an ornate gold statement mirror (bonus points if it’s vintage) and a floral wallpaper. Lean into the regency era with floor-to-ceiling wainscoting on an accent wall, and embrace luxe fabrics like velvet when selecting furniture.

bridgerton interior design

wallpaper // mirror // settee // chandelier // chair // pillow

From designing your home per your favorite Netflix show to perfecting room flow, our designers are chock-full of expert tips. Check out our design packages to work with a design pro one-on-one. 

Words by Kelsey Clark