Ah, Bridgerton - where the rooms are as frothy as the drama. If Season 2 has you wishing for a bit more regency flavor in your life, this roundup has you covered.
Essentially the Bridgertons' living room, this is where they receive guests, hang out together, and have tea (which sounds much fancier than "snacking!")
The room uses a symphony of pale blues to create a room that feels light in spite of its formality. Delicate wood furniture, French loveseats, and damask patterns abound, with finishing touches provided by sculptures and historic portraits in more shades of blue.
And of course, one mustn't forget the famous wisteria-covered front, which is surely visible through the windows.
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Keep in mind that the Regency was from 1810 - 1820, so for the right feel you'll want to search for art from the 1700s and early 1800s. Francois Boucher, Jean-Marc Nattier, Eli Le Brun, and Joshua Reynolds would all be good artists to start with.
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