Steamy sex scenes, scandal and decadent balls. Bridgerton fever has swept the nation and it’s not just Simon Basset’s face we’re obsessed with. The wisteria-clad homes and extravagant decor has got us dreaming of our own regal interiors. And whilst we might not be kitting out a stately home, we can certainly create a space fit for royalty.
So which Bridgerton style are you? Are you a romantic dreamer like Daphne? Or an entertainer like Queen Charlotte? Find out what your favourite characters would have on their gift list.
As the veritable tastemaker of London society, Queen Charlotte likes to make a statement and her home is no exception. Opulence is key meaning plush velvets and silky fringing are a must for furniture and accessories. To give her grand rooms extra regal vibes she teams rich, deep jewel tones with luxurious gold accessories.
The picture-perfect young debutante requires a picture-perfect home. Feminine florals and delicate detailing are Daphne’s go-to style. She loves classic luxury like crystal champagne coupes and silverware for the breakfast table. She’s a sucker for a girly trinket and loves nothing more than a romantic picnic in the park or afternoon tea with the girls.
The Duke’s home is as every bit masculine as the man himself (swoon). From dark earthy tones and leather details to indulgent accessories and the all-important sturdy ladder (yes we just went there). Not forgetting the essential Simon Basset love spoons, if you know, you know and we certainly know.
Madame Genevieve Delacroix
With details that wouldn’t be out of place in a gorgeous château, Madame Delacroix is all about french chic. She loves delicate linens, soft woods, whitewash finishes and all things au naturel. Her home is made up of cosy rooms so she uses lots of soft colours to open up small spaces making them feel fresh and light.
Create Your Space Fit for British Royalty
Whomever you are, a romantic dreamer or an entertainer, get inspired by the Bridgertons and create a perfect regency inspired home decor.
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