Dearest gentle reader: The new Williams Sonoma Bridgerton collection is the diamond of the season. Inspired by the hit TV series of the same name, this collection features everything you need to host an afternoon tea fit for a queen.
The new Williams Sonoma Bridgerton collection is here to bring you some
dining table decor ideas. The whimsical nod to Regency-era England has everything you need to get ready for the season (spring, that is).
Whether you’re hosting an afternoon tea or planning an outdoor picnic date, the collection’s floral motif linens and other unique items (including a Bridgerton cookbook) can provide an elevated look. I went through the whole collection to find my favorite homeware picks.
Williams Sonoma Bridgerton Collection
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The Williams Sonoma Bridgerton Round Tablecloth is constructed from 100 percent cotton twill and features floral motifs inspired by Regency-era England. We adore this tablecloth because, in addition to its nod to Bridgerton, it adds a touch of spring elegance to any tablescape and is versatile enough for every day decor and special occasions.
Whether you’re hosting a tea party with mimosas or having friends over to binge-watch the next season, the cocktail napkins from the Williams Sonoma Bridgerton collection are also worth the splurge. These napkins come in a set of four, are constsructed from a luxe cotton twill, and feature the same spring floral pattern, inspired by English style in the early 1800s.
In addition to table decor, the new Williams Sonoma Bridgerton collection features a range of items, including this gorgeous coffee table book. The Official Bridgerton Guide to Entertaining serves as functional coffee table decor and features 40 different recipes – including finger foods for tea time, cocktails, and mocktails – all inspired by the show.
If you love the Bridgerton floral print but aren’t into tablecloths, you can still add a splash of the botanical pattern to your tablescape with the Bridgerton Table Runner from Williams Sonoma. This table runner measures 9 feet long and is constructed from the same durable cotton twill featured throughout the collection.
Complete your table setting look with the Bridgerton Napkins. Available in a set of four, these machine washable cloth napkins come in a set of four and features the timeless Regency-era-inspired floral motif pattern depicted throughout the collection.
If you’re looking for a fun and splurge-worthy item, consider the Birdgerton Picnic Basket. This picnic basket is my favorite piece from the Williams Sonoma Bridgerton collection for its design, quality, and detail. The basket is handwoven from split willow and features a fabric-lined interior with a matching picnic blanket. Inside, you’ll find everything you need to throw an outdoor picnic party, including plates, flatware, wine glasses, a cheeseboard, and napkins.
While the homewares are beautiful, the collection isn't just for interior design. There's also sweet treats like the Bridgerton floral petit fours, available at Williams Sonoma, which are perfect if you love to host.
This collection is great for spring but it's far from the only thing to have launched this year. We're still only a few days into spring but I've already seen some new collections in time for spring, like the Crate and Barrell spring collection, or Joanna Gaines' Hearth & Hand spring collection. Some stores have already launched their Valentine's Day collections, too; I even caught that the Anthropologie Valentine's Day decor had dropped before we'd even had Christmas. If this Regency-inspired line isn't quite doing it for your, don't worry. There's plenty more spring decor coming over the next few weeks.
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Jessie Quinn is a Los Angeles-based lifestyle writer with work published in The Spruce, Apartment Therapy, Well + Good, PEOPLE, and more. She graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in fashion journalism from Academy of Art University and uses her background in fashion to inform her home decor coverage. Her personal home decor style falls somewhere at the intersection of eclectic vintage and modern maximalist, but she's drawn to all types of designs and styles. When she's not writing, you can find Jessie working on a variety of DIY and craft projects, including crocheting, sewing, and jewelry-making.
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