Regencycore – Style Ideas for a Bridgerton Inspired Home
If you love the hit Netflix series Bridgerton and swooning over the Regency era décor, then you’ve come to the right place for style tips and ideas on how to create this period style look in your own home.
The hugely popular drama has drawn in millions of viewers for a multitude of reasons, whether it’s for the romance, conversation or the elegance and grandeur of the Regency period. Whatever the reason, one thing is for sure, it’s a visually stunning series.
So, if you’re looking to bring a small part of the grandeur that is Bridgerton to your home, the good news is that achieving a Regencycore interior is easier than you may think – read on to discover how.
What is Bridgerton?
Bridgerton is a lavish period drama that’s been breaking streaming records since the first series aired in December 2020. This seriously popular series is inspired by Julia Quinn’s bestselling novels. In season one, the eldest daughter, Daphne Bridgerton, played by Phoebe Dynevor, makes her debut on Regency London’s competitive marriage market and finds romance with the Duke of Hastings, played by Regé-Jean Page.
Bridgerton season two is based on Julia Quinn’s novel The Viscount Who Loved Me. This follows Lord Anthony Bridgerton, played by Jonathan Bailey, as he sets out to find a suitable wife and soon falls in love with Kate Sharma, played by Simone Ashley, even though he first courted her younger sister after the pair arrived from India.
The much anticipated season 3 of Bridgerton will be released by Netflix in two parts in Spring 2024. The Bridgerton season3 trailer gives a glimpse into Penelope Featherington and Colin’s romance, sending Bridgerton fans into a frenzy!
Furthermore, Bridgerton season 3 will see the backstories of each character from the spin-off series, Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story, being further explored. The spin-off series follows Queen Charlotte, played by Golda Rosheuvel, during two timelines, one set during the present-day Bridgerton timeline in 1817, while the other is set in 1761 as Charlotte meets and marries George III.
But it’s not just the family dramas and affairs that have grabbed our attention, the lavish interiors have got us talking too. Keep reading to discover what the Bridgerton look is and how you can bring a Regencycore inspired feel to your home’s interior.
What is the Bridgerton look?
So, what style of home is Bridgerton? The Bridgerton look is all about the London Regency era, which encompasses opulent and sophisticated furnishings, extravagance, decadence, and regal charm, with a color palette of deep, rich hues, contrasted with light champagnes and shades of powder blue and green. When you look back to the Regency era, it seems the more extravagant and bold your home décor was, the wealthier you appeared to be.
If you’re longing to recreate this look in your own home and are unsure to where to begin, just know that you don’t need to literally need to take your home back all the way to 18th century London! It’s all about taking inspiration from Regency style and balancing it with modern design to achieve a look that’s bold and glamorous yet up-to-date and elegant too.
When looking at Regency interiors, you’ll notice motifs, which add character to a space, as well as decorative elements typically carved into furniture or featured on upholstery, highlighting glamour. Other design details include flowing drapery, chandeliers, caned furniture, regal patterns, brass finishes, four poster beds, antique mirrors and damask wallpaper. Overall, a bold aesthetic!
How to decorate your house like Bridgerton
With the clever use of color and pattern, Bridgerton successfully makes home interiors appear classic and traditional, with a touch of modern style. So, if you adore the Bridgerton look, these Regencycore inspired home ideas are sure to help you recreate this desirable style.