The Queen’s Gambit: 4 interior design projects for the fans
Are you addicted to The Queen’s Gambit? Don’t worry, so are we. And like all interior design lovers, we’re super obsessed with the show’s gorgeous settings. One of the coolest things about this new Netflix show is the amazing mid-century design. Its incredible luxury rooms and classic 1960s settings will make you want to renovate your house. Inspired? Discover the top 4 interior design projects for fans of The Queen’s Gambit!
The key features of the costumes and settings in The Queen’s Gambit are the chess-inspired patterns. Doesn’t the pattern in this rug remind you of a chess board? The mid-century style and the clashing patterns are two of the other features of the show’s interior design. Naturally, as they call back to the 1960s setting. This wooden living room combines them all to create a chic vintage living room.
But the chess inspirations don’t have to stay on the rugs! Just notice the way the squares on this cabinet mimic a board. It’s certainly the highlight of this cool mid-century living room, which also channels The Queen’s Gambit with its vintage ambiance. The white and brown contrast on the wooden floor also makes you think of a chess board! It’s the perfect living room inspiration for fans of the show.
Did you fall for the grandeur of the luxury hotels Beth competes in? Well, this gorgeous living room channels it. With its dark colors, exquisite woodwork and and beautiful chandeliers, you’ll feel like just like winning your chess competition at a Parisian hotel.
One of the show’s most memorable settings is the luxurious art deco bathroom in Beth’s Paris hotel. This Maison Valentina ambiance has the same dark colors and bold pieces. It’s a truly luxurious design, but the grey wall also calls to the stylish severity of Beth last match in the Soviet Union. Just think of bathing in this marble tub while you go over the moves of your last game!