Tour the 21c Museum Hotel's Harmon Room inspired by the Netflix-hit The Queen's Gambit and hear from Lexington, Kentucky designer Isabel Ladd about her design inspiration and sources.
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Midcentury Design Squad
Lexington, Kentucky-based interior designer Isabel Ladd (center) is the design mastermind behind the "Harmon Room," a witty, detail-oriented homage to the hit Netflix show The Queen's Gambit at the 21c Museum Hotel in Lexington. Guests can book a stay in the midcentury modern maximalist Harmon Room through May. On the right is Mid-Century Design League of Lexington founder Lucy Jones, who loaned much of the furniture from her personal collection to the hotel and on the left is Alex K. Mason of Ferrick Mason Inc. who designed the signature wallpaper for the room (which may be available to the public as soon as Spring 2021). "It really was a collaborative effort" says Isabel of the many Lexington makers, designers and talent who contributed to this project.