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Shop the trend: Regency interiors

Bridgerton's back - and so, m’lady, are Regency interiors. If you fancy playing Lady of the Manor, here’s what to put on your wishlist. Yes, you can still include the Duke of Hastings.

Sweet dreams

This floral carved bed frame from And So To Bed is inspired by Marie Antoinette’s personal collection of furniture – talk about fit for a queen! They also offer custom colourways if green just isn’t your shade, darling. 


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Dunelm-cushion floral mustard yellow and bright pink

Bloomin’ gorgeous

Who says you need a duchess’s budget to pull off Chinoiserie? Not us! This pretty golden cushion cover is cheap as chips from Dunelm. 


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Looking good

Not only does this stunning golden mirror from Maison du Monde make for the ideal statement piece in a hallway or above a fireplace, it’ll make your rooms look bigger too. Bonus! 


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Time for tea

If you’ve got visitors, serving up your Earl Grey in cracked crockery just won’t do. Try this elegant three-piece set from Wedgwood’s Butterfly Bloom collection instead. 


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Cut a rug

You can’t beat H&M for purse-friendly rugs, and this dusty pink runner is just the thing to add a touch of Regency glamour to your hallway. 


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Branching out

Channel the front of the Bridgerton home with this trailing wisteria wallpaper from Woodchip and Magnolia, which comes in a variety of shades from delicate neutrals (taupe, lilac etc) to standouts like hot pink and midnight navy. 

From £85

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Going for gold

This gold engraved cutlery set from Zara Home is sure to make any meal feel more stately – er, even when it’s just Chinese takeaway off your lap.

From £7.99 

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Mood lighting

Give your Regency look a modern twist by pairing this five-stem candelabra from Graham and Green with their signature fluorescent candles. Perfect dining party lighting? I think so. 


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Sitting pretty

Turn sofa days into an altogether more elegant affair with Loaf’s Fats chaise longue, available in two sizes and a whopping 164 fabrics. 


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Gilt-y pleasures

The only thing better than popping a bottle of bubbly on a Friday night? Serving it up in these hand-painted crystalline flutes from Anthropologie (or having your butler do it for you, naturally). 

£56 for four

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Feeling blue

Okay, so we might not live in a manor house, but that doesn’t mean we can’t decorate our plates with one. Pair Mrs Alice’s Appleshaw Manor plates with her Blue Chintz tablecloth (£112) and Stella blue napkins (£74) for the full effect. 

From £42

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