When Gossip Girl came out, styles like neutral, industrial, and minimalism just aren’t quite popular yet. And you can see that clearly on how the house sets are designed. Every space is utilized without becoming overstimulating.
The walls are full of unique and modern art, especially in the Van der Woodsen apartment. Furniture is a mix between colored metals, dark woods, and patterned as well as solid-colored seating. There is a sense of each room being full without being too heavy.
Settling on the White Leather Sofa
Chuck and Lily having a chat, sitting on the white leather sofa.
Desiron Hudson Sofa
The Hudson Sofa from Desiron was made to look timeless and last for a lifetime. That’s why it comes in colors and finishes that can be used in any type of room. Lily chose the white leather sofa version of it to create a balance in her living room.
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A set shot of the Van Der Woodsen living room, the unique wired footstool used as a side table.
Tucker Robbins Wire Pouf
The Wire Pouf from Tucker Robbins was inspired by traditional Bedouin lifestyle, and is the result of a collaboration with metal workers from Honduras. Its simple and relaxed design allows it to be a versatile piece of furniture. Some can use it as a footstool. Lily chose to use it as a side table.
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Clear as Crystal Lamp
A set shot of Serena’s bedroom, her bedside table housing a clear desk lamp.
Kartell Bourgie Table Lamp
The Bourgie Table Lamp was created by renowned designer, Ferruccio Laviani, for Kartell. This lamp is made with polycarbonate, which allows for its unique crystal clear look. The mix with classic and modern seamlessly blends together in this light fixture, and makes Serena’s room all the more classy.
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Chic Dining on Edgy Armchairs
A set shot of the Van Der Woodsen dining room, featuring modern edgy armchairs.
The Cherner Armchair is a classic piece that was worth the drama it made during the late 20th century. Plywood furniture pioneer Norman Cherner can now rightfully claim this timeless chair as his own. Its unique design provides amazing durability and aesthetic quality, so much so that Lily chose it for her dining set.
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Easy Sitting on a Lounge Chair
Dan relaxing on a patterned Eames lounge chair.
Tartan Fabric Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman
The Eames lounge chair has been featured in many television series and shows. After all, it’s highly customizable and luxuriously casual to look at. For Gossip Girl, Lily chose a patterned version of the lounger and ottoman.
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Prada Marfa Wall Art
Serena and other people in the Van Der Woodsen, a large Prada Marfa wall art in the background.
PRADA MARFA Gossip Girl Home Décor Interior Sticker
The Van der Woodsen apartment has lots of artworks hanging on its wall. Everywhere you look, there’s a piece hanging there. One of the most famous wall arts in the whole series is the simple yet eye catching Prada Marfa sign in the Van der Woodsen living room.
Gossip Girl-Inspired Pastel Pencils
You Know You Love Me Pencil Set
Add a soft touch of Gossip Girl in your office with this fantastic set of pastel pencils. Each pencil is engraved with a quote that will remind you of memorable moments from the show.
Gossip Girl-Inspired Coasters
Set of 4 Hand Crafted Tile Coasters, Gossip Girl
Want another subtle reminder of your favorite show? Well, why not bring out these Gossip Girl-inspired coasters when serving your guests drinks. Whether you’re drinking soda or sipping champagne, this coaster can serve you well.
Gossip Girl Quote Wall Art
DIGITAL PRINTABLE “three words eight letters say it and I’m yours” Wall Decor
Not a lot of people know that this quote comes from Gossip Girl. You can make yet another homage to the show by hanging this romantic quote on your wall.
About Gossip Girl
The Gossip Girl is a television series released in 2007, and was created by Stephanie Savage and Josh Schwartz. It was based on a novel series made by Cecily von Ziegesar.
Its main character roles were played by Blake Lively (Serena Van Der Woodsen) and Leighton Meester (Blair Waldorf).
The following are credited for the most number of episodes worked for the show in their chosen fields:
Directed by Mark Piznarski
Production Design by Loren Weeks
Art Direction by Malchus Janocko
Set Direction by Christian Tonkin Noble
Costume Design by Eric Daman
The pictures used in this article in connection with the series, Gossip Girl, is owned by the CW, Warner Bros. Television Distribution and all other owners of the show.