In a world of extreme minimalism, “coastal grandma,” and farmhouse chic, sometimes a girl just wants to lean into something that feels, well, more regal. Cue regency-era décor, a rising trend that’s perhaps fueled in part by mega-hit Bridgerton. Think: tufted chaises, ornate golden mirrors, extravagant bouquets, and ivory-hued statues decorating the mantel just because.
“To me, the style evokes feelings of decadence and indulgence in all things rich and beautiful, from over-the-top floral arrangements, to formal table settings, to rooms decorated with color and pattern from head to toe,” says Jaqui Seerman.
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Jaqui Seerman is an interior designer based in L.A.
The key to making this style work in your own home, though, is to not go too “on set” with it, lest the whole vibe reads cheesy. Instead, it’s all about weaving together modern touches with regency details for a fresh, au currant aesthetic.
“My best tip for keeping regency-inspired décor classy is to keep it timeless,” notes Seerman. “For example, a luxurious mohair sofa paired with a saturated chintz topped with moss fringe.” Or an intricate floral wallpaper as a backdrop to a handsome bookcase and modern light fixtures.
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