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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky - tote bags. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: Interior designer Isabel Ladd, preservationist Lucy Jones and Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc in The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky - dubbed The Harmon Room. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Fans of Netflix show The Queen's Gambit can now stay in a hotel room inspired by the TV hit about chess. The retro room can be found at 21C Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. The "immersive experience" at the boutique hotel is named in honour of Beth Harmon, the troubled chess prodigy heroine of The Queen?s Gambit. The Netflix show is based on the 1983 novel by local Lexington author, Walter Tevis and largely takes place in the US state. The room - The Harmon Room at 21C - is the brainchild of tourism agency VisitLEX and creative agency Cornett. Interior designer Isabel Ladd and preservationist Lucy Jones worked to bring the show to life. ?The Queen?s Gambit put a spotlight on Lexington and piqued people?s interest in our community at a time when we could really use a boost,? said VisitLEX VP of Marketing Gathan Borden. ?The Harmon Room and all of the activities we have planned around it are our way of rolling out the red carpet for visitors and another fun example of the way we use creativity to market our incredible city.? The room is a time capsule of American mid-century modern design featuring vintage accessories, nods to the show?s most memorable moments and characters, and period furniture from private collectors and local antique shop Scout. Custom wallpaper in a pattern dubbed ?The Knight?s Gambit? was designed for the project by Alex K Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. And guests can get complimentary items like reproductions of the Lex Liquors' tote bags seen on the show as well as copies of Chess Review magazine and rare chess books placed around the room as if Beth Harmon herself were staying. Guests can also get their hands on special chess boards designed locally. ?I have been collecting furniture from that era for the last three decades,? said Lucy Jones, one of The Harmon Room?s designers. ?It is pure joy to bring to life the rich scenes from the page and screen.? Designer Isabel Ladd added: ?When I watched The Queen's Gambit,? said Ladd, ?I would stop and rewind just mesmerized with all the color and pattern play.? It also features "an artistic recreation of Beth Harmon?s drug-induced hallucinations, a larger-than-life chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling above the bed in an arrangement inspired by Harmon?s ultimate match", the hotel said. Please credit Courtesy of 21C Museum Hotel / MEGA. 06 Jan 2021 Pictured: The Queen's Gambit themed room at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo credit: Courtesy 21C Museum Hotel/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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