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How To Get Your Own Bridgerton Garden At Home

It’s the show that’s on everyone’s watch list at the moment, praised in equal measure for its lavish and extravagant set and costume design as it is for its engaging characters and entertaining storylines.

We’re talking, of course, of Netflix’s Bridgerton series, which tells the tale of various families living in Mayfair during the Regency period (1811-1820)… and it’s not hard to see why it’s proving so popular. One episode and you’ll be hooked!

But what we’re especially taken with, aside from the twists and turns of high society in the early 19th century, is just how opulent all the stunning scenery is – and just how easily Regency garden design ideas could be used to transform your own homes with Bridgerton-inspired outdoor spaces.

To get the look, you need to make sure you achieve a sense of balance and symmetry with your layouts, with a central focal point included that you can design the rest of your garen around. This could be anything from a sculpture or water feature to a beautiful gazebo or summerhouse… whatever you see fit to help bring your garden to life.

As you’re sure to notice from watching Bridgerton, your choice of plants is paramount when designing with the Regency period in mind. Roses, of course, are an absolute must, coupled with some gorgeous (and very fashionable) peonies. 

And, naturally, you can’t have a Regency garden without wisteria being the star of the show. Typically, you’d see wisteria climbing all over the building facade, but if this is a bit much you can grow the plant in a border or container and train it so it doesn’t get out of control.

Finally, don’t forget about more formal planting and shrubbery to create a semblance of structure to your garden. Beautifully manicured hedges and showstopping topiary will help you achieve the look you’re going for.