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How to recreate The Queen's Gambit's retro interior design trends for your home

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Love the interior styling on The Queen’s Gambit? Here are nine ways to get the hit Netflix show’s look at home.

The Queen’s Gambit is the trending Netflix mini-series everyone is talking about thanks to its twisting storyline and 60s interior design. 

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.

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  • 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.

    Shop diamond wallpaper at Graham & Brown, £25

  • 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.

    Shop 746 phone at Wild & Wolf, £39 (was £50)

  • 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. 

    Shop photo frame at Sass & Belle, £10.40

  • 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. 

    Shop Seda rug at La Redoute, £218.50 (was £230)

  • 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.

    Shop red turntable at HMV, £159.99

  • 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.

    Shop peach velvet cushion at French Connection, £36

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Megan Murray is a digital journalist for stylist.co.uk, who enjoys writing about London happenings, beautiful places, delicious morsels and generally spreading sparkle wherever she can.

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