Regency Styling


Extravagant, decadent and over the top, the hit Netflix show, Bridgerton has inspired a colourful regency interior trend. The second season is back on our screens and if you're looking to add a slice of decadence to your garden and home look no further than our beautiful Regency inspired pastel collection.

Dalya Round Bamboo Parasol, Rosanna Round Bamboo Parasol, Hugo Round Bamboo Parasol 

Our new pastel parasols Hugo, Rosanna and Dalya introduce a soft and sweet palette to our 2022 collection. Inspired by Bridgerton and Harajuku fashion, these parasols are truly perfect for an opulent scene styled with one of our regal peacock chairs.  

East London Parasol Peacock Chair

This hand woven rattan peacock chair is a classic style, perfect for indoor or outdoor use. It traverses all eras from Edwardian to 2022 and never goes out of fashion. This gorgeous chair also goes perfectly with our printed cushions. Pair our rattan peacock chair with any of our new 2022 parasols listed below and you're on our way to a fabulous Bridgerton inspired scene. 

Dalya Round Bamboo Parasol

Rosanna Round Bamboo Parasol

 Hugo Round Bamboo Parasol 

Willow 1 Octagonal Parasol

Wedgwood blue is the shade of Bridgerton, the pale blue colour palette represents timeless style and understated elegance. Town and Country magazine described the Bridgerton's home as, like being inside a piece of Wedgwood ceramic.

This particular blue was developed by Josiah Wedgwood in the 1775s for jasperware which is still produced in Staffordshire today. In accidental homage our Willow parasols are printed in bright Wedgewood blue, in our whimsical design blending together chinoiserie and traditional willow pattern.



The high-society ladies of Bridgerton are seen in a wide variety of statement pieces, from opera-length satin gloves to elaborate hair adornments and elegant jewellery. Pearls are back in fashion and we love these Gold Daphne Pearl Hoops by Motley. They're simple, elegant and eminently wearable.
Pearlcore is a hot trend, with both men and women wearing pearl jewellery.
 Pearls are featured regularly in the show and worn by almost every character, and as Bridgerton is leading the way in embracing iridescent accents in their homes, in their jewellery boxes and even as nail art.


The city of Bath set the scene for eighteenth-century London in much of the first series and the crew were back there for series two. If you were lucky enough to visit Bath during the summer of 2019 or 2021 you may have wandered past horse-drawn carriages and actors in exquisite period costume!

If you're wondering where to go on your next staycation, how about a trip to Bath to wander the perfectly preserved Georgian streets. Here are some of the filming locations you can explore around the city…

The Royal Crescent was built in 1774 and is one of Bath’s most renowned landmarks and Grade 1 listed with English Heritage. The exterior of No.1 Royal Crescent was used for the home of the Featherington family.

Many of Jane Austen's novels feature The Assembly Rooms. If you want to imagine you're a guest at one of Bridgerton’s most esteemed balls take a visit to The Assembly Rooms or The Banqueting Room at the Georgian-era Guildhall. 

For more things Bridgerton inspired you can check out our Bridgerton inspired Pinterest board here