It follows Beth Harmon (played by the brilliant Anna Taylor-Joy), an American orphan with a gift for chess who quickly works her way up the ranks with ambitions of becoming a globally-recognised master of the game.
Though Beth comes from humble beginnings, as her status grows so does her appetite for beautiful things. From coveting the most on-trend clothes to redecorating her home using the striking patterns and colours of the time, The Queen’s Gambit may be about a tactical board game but it’s also about the aesthetics of the era.
If you’ve been lusting after the decor featured in the series, shop our edit of The Queen’s Gambit-inspired homeware accessories.
Graham & Brown diamond wallpaper
Diamond wallpaper is one of the biggest interior trends in The Queen’s Gambit.
Recreate the look with this patterned wallpaper in a chic green hue.
Wild & Wolf phone
This retro-style telephone makes for a cute styling tool to position on a side table or dresser.
While maintaining its iconic 1960s design, this phone is fully functional and has mod cons like volume control and a redial button.
Sass & Belle photo frame
Pattern, pattern and more pattern is a theme which runs throughout the interior design styling in The Queen’s Gambit.
We love that this photo frame layers scale shapes together with a striking colour palette.
La Redoute Seda rug
There is something very 60s about this vivid shade of turquoise, especially when teamed with an almost psychedelic pattern.
This rug is handmade and crafted from 80% wool.
HMV red turntable
Give your home a retro feel in an instant with this Bermuda red turntable.
Not only would it look fabulous positioned in a living space, it’s an amazing way to listen to your favourite music.
La Redoute Jahia geometric duvet cover
French Connection peach velvet cushion
Dusty pink is a colour that features consistently throughout The Queen’s Gambit, from Beth’s twee bedroom to the first hotel she stays in.
This cushion is an easy, accessible way to get a little bit of this gorgeous shade for your home.
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