LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- You can now live like Beth Harmon from the popular Netflix series "The Queen's Gambit."
The midcentury modern design has nods to the show's most memorable moments and characters, including a "larger than life" chessboard installation suspended from the ceiling to replicate the hallucinations Harmon has in the series. It also has chess-themed wallpaper and a locally made chess set.
#Lexington is known for the sport of kings - horse racing. But thanks to a 1983 novel by local author Walter Tevis, and #QueensGambit on @netflix, we're also gaining notoriety for the sport of queens, knights and pawns. Introducing The Harmon Room at @21cLexington. #sharetheLEX pic.twitter.com/rXQovX3Tkc— VisitLEX (@VisitLEX) January 5, 2021
The room also comes with a guide to local landmarks featured in the show.
The show is based on the 1983 novel written by Lexington native Walter Tevis, according to Visit LEX, which created a "Queen's Gambit Guide to Lexington," which you can read here.
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