Regé-Jean Page as Simon Basset and Phoebe Dynevor as Daphne Bridgerton surrounded by lush greenery at a beautiful courtyard garden party

Regency Has Returned

Bridgerton–Inspired Design Ideas to Transform Your Home

By Andrea Brusig | Photography by Liam Daniel, courtesy of Netflix

Are you obsessed with Netflix’s hit show Bridgerton? Transform your space into a nineteenth-century palace with these Bridgerton–inspired home decor elements!

If you’re anything like us, you’ve probably binged the Netflix series Bridgerton and been left craving some nineteenth-century English elegance in your home. We might not be able to transport you to Daphne’s world of high-society courtship, but we can help you transform your space with these Bridgerton-inspired decor elements!

Florence Hunt as Hyacinth Bridgerton and Will Tilston as Gregory Bridgerton on the family’s gilded grand staircase

Soft Blue Color Palette

The Bridgerton family members often gather in their sitting room, where the furniture, wallpaper, and decor accents reflect shades of pale blue and off-whites. According to an interview with Bridgerton’s production designer, Will Hughes-Jones, Wedgewood Blue is the family’s signature color in the series. Viewers can see the color inspiration for each family reflected in the characters’ gowns, the room themes, and other elements throughout the plot progression.

The Bridgerton family outside their regal Regency-era home, adorned in their signature shade of Wedgewood Blue

If blue isn’t your cup of tea, soft color shades in any hue can still leave you feeling like you’ve stepped into a timeless period drama.

Small Details

One of the first introductions to the Bridgerton family occurs at their home’s grand staircase. A complete remodel of our entryway might be out of the question for most of us, but you can give your staircase an easy, Regency-era upgrade by adding a black-and-gold iron railing.

Viewers will also note the use of brass in door handles, decor pieces, and light fixtures—all easy additions to your home! Start by adding metallic handles, accents, and embellishments in your kitchen or bathroom or switching out your main light fixtures for chic, elegant chandeliers.

Golda Rosheuvel as Queen Charlotte surrounded by her handmaidens and beloved pets in her palatial manor

If chandeliers aren’t your thing (or aren’t in your budget), gold candles will give your home a similar regal effect. To top it all off, try your hand at a DIY marble countertop by using marble-effect spray paint and a glaze coat to complete your home’s elegant interior.

Your Own Art Gallery

Okay, maybe you don’t want a giant oil painting of your family hanging in your living room. We understand! However, art plays an important role in the show’s storyline and can be an easy addition to your home decor. Hang artwork or photographs in a central area—perhaps a hallway, entryway, or staircase—or create your family’s own art gallery wall. To get the full Regency-era effect, try placing your pieces in frames with embellishments and detailed design work. Think cottagecore for this one!

Claudia Jessie as Eloise Bridgerton, Ruth Gemmell as Lady Violet Bridgerton, and Florence Hunt as Hyacinth Bridgerton strolling through one of the show’s grand gardens

Luscious Greenery

The outdoor scenes in Bridgerton greet viewers with picturesque greenery and luxurious English gardens. From the trees to the flowers, everything is perfectly pristine and meticulously manicured. Hiring a professional landscape artist might not be in your budget, but that doesn’t mean you can’t amp up your greenery game. Plant some white and pink rose bushes, wisteria, lavender, cherry blossom trees, and other greenery to get a stunning garden inspired by the show’s use of floral design.

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We hope you enjoyed this Bridgerton-inspired home decor roundup. If you need us, we’ll be browsing through historic homes on that bring us all the elegant Regency-era feels while we wait for Season Two to come to Netflix!

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