This California crib by Joe Lucas gives us modern-day Bridgerton vibes!

JAN 29, 2021 | By Vedika Nair
A vintage French chair from Harbinger is paired with an antique mirror from Jefferson West in the foyer, which offers views of the lawn. On the right is a panelled stairway that leads to the office and guest room; Photographs by Karyn Millet
The stunning breakfast room is adorned with a hand-painted Fromental wallpaper, Bunny Williams Home table, faux bois chairs by Made Goods, chandelier by Visual Comfort, J Samuel curtains and an antique Marc Phillips carpet; Photographs by Karyn Millet
The great hall features a massive custom Swedish kilim rug by Marc Phillips. Also seen are custom Harbinger sofa, chairs and tortoise-painted lanters, Moore and Giles blush leather dining chairs and sconces by Ann Morris; Photographs by Karyn Millet
In the kitchen are bar stools by William Sonoma Home and flowers by Julep Custom Studio; Photographs by Karyn Millet
An antique federal-style mirror hangs above the fireplace in the living room, where a mix of vintage, antique and custom furnishings are placed;  Photographs by Karyn Millet
View of the kitchen with its twin islands, pendants from Urban Electric Company, bookshelf sconces by Ann Morris and art by RF Alvarez; Photographs by Karyn Millet
The library is decorated with a custom sofa and ottoman by Harbinger, a pair of vintage French caned chairs in Jasper textile and a Ralph Lauren chandelier; Photographs by Karyn Millet
The four-poster bed in the master room is by William Yeoward. Facing it are a custom tufted sofa by Harbinger, and the floral armchair, ottoman and side table are from Bunny Williams Home; Photographs by Karyn Millet
View of the traditional bathtub by Waterworks; Photographs by Karyn Millet
His and hers vanities are paired with Harbinger mirrors and Waterworks sconces and floor tiles; Photographs by Karyn Millet
Restoration Hardware bunk beds are used in the children's bedroom. Here, a carpet by Stark is paired with a linen wrapped chest from Made Goods and papier mache animal bursts by Nickey Kehoe; Photographs by Karyn Millet

If you’re anything like us, you must have binged on the world’s new regency favourite Bridgerton, a Netflix original series with the most captivating set designs! One look at this 8,000 sq ft home and designer Joe Lucas has teleported us to a modern-day manor.

Nestled in California, this expansive home emulates cheery vibes with its fresh design and blends contemporary aesthetics with vintage furniture. A palette of soft blues and greens mixed with corals and blush pinks perfectly complement the bold material palette that comprises mahogany, oak and brass.

The entry passage takes us to the great hall that houses the living and dining rooms on the left, with the kitchen, library and powder room on the right.

The family room features custom upholstery by Harbinger, wing chair fabric by Peter Dunham Textiles, Fanny Shorter curtains, antique Marc Philips carpet and Ann Morris lantern; Photographs by Karyn Millet

The breakfast room can be accessed from the dining area. “It is, perhaps, my favourite room. The Fromental hand-painted wallpaper is stunning and makes the room so special. It’s cheerful and welcoming, which is why the family enjoys most meals here,” shares Lucas.

Custom millwork in the Butler’s pantry mixes beautifully with the Waterworks hand-painted tile and brass fittings; Photographs by Karyn Millet

“The living and dining rooms were a challenge because of the grand space. We had to make them comfortable and welcoming, while still keeping the spaces defined and separate,” adds Lucas. The result is that each section is bright with floral upholstery, pastel tints and vintage furniture.

The children’s bath features tiles and plumbing by Waterworks; Photographs by Karyn Millet

A stark contrast from the other spaces is the library, which is bathed in bold green hues and accentuated by cane furniture, cosy couches and a rustic stone fireplace, making it the perfect cove to spend weekends in! Meanwhile, the bedrooms are minimalistic with soft hues and classic four-poster beds and the accompanying bathrooms are fitted with traditional brass tubs.

The master bath features a traditional brass tub, tiles and plumbing from Waterworks with slabs in the shower from Stoneland; Photographs by Karyn Millet

“I think this home definitely has my signature look and style. The mix of colour, pattern, and a layered eclectic look with a mix of East Coast traditional design blended with a more modern California style—is always present in my projects,” concludes Lucas.