See Your Favorite Gilmore Girls’ Interiors In Netflix’s Revival!
After nine long years off the air, Gilmore Girls returns with a much-anticipated new miniseries on Netflix, available starting November 25. Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life brings Emily, Lorelai and Rory back into our lives and will hopefully answer some long-pondered questions. But we’re perhaps even more excited to be transported back to Stars Hollow and all the iconic locations — Luke’s Diner! Miss Patty’s! Doose’s Market!
Here’s a look inside the new set design that’s sure to induce some serious nostalgia. Grab some popcorn and take-out menus, because it’s time to take a peek at the Gilmore Girls’ revival — no spoilers, we promise!
Back in Lorelei’s kitchen, the girls look like they’re up to their usual tricks — take-out boxes, a pint of ice cream and, of course, the very nutritious pop tarts. The kitschy decor, complete with the old-school diner kitchen table set, seems unchanged and as homey as ever.
It wouldn’t be Doose’s Market without Dean! Taylor’s old-timey signs and decorations, visible behind Dean, add to the shop’s charm and character.
#TeamLogan fans are sure to be happy he’s back! He looks at ease here in a handsomely decorated space — with a dark textured sofa and cushions — and it makes us wonder if it’s his apartment or office. Is Rory meeting him at his place? Are they working together at a Huntzberger publication? What could this mean?!
And here’s the iconic yellow coffee cup sign at Luke’s! The gingham curtains and antique touches all seem to be there (as if Luke would ever willingly redecorate).
Here are Rory and Emily back in Emily’s home at the all-important bar cart. The classic millwork and details still seem to be there and look fresher than ever.
In this scene, Kirk is leaving Lorelai’s house walking a pig. Whose pig? We don’t know, but we do know that Lorelai’s quaint trellis-wrapped clapboard house is as darling as ever.
While we’d like to hope this is Lorelai’s glam and serene space, the view out the window of office blocks suggest this is a room in the city. Whoever’s room it is we’re loving the rich colors layered on the bed — the marigold throw and pillow pop against the dusky greys and browns.
Everyone’s favorite sarcastic Frenchman is back! Michel looks to be in the Sookie-designed kitchen of The Dragonfly Inn. Those classic bistro lights and that window wall of plants have us dreaming of a kitchen makeover.
It looks like Rory and Paris Geller are back at Chilton. We love those checkerboard marble floors and dark wood-panelled walls — two design choices sure to impart a studious flair.
Here we see Rory speaking to (or maybe teaching?) a class at Chilton. Those black-framed windows and grilled radiator covers are totally retro and very chic — who would have thought Chilton would be so trendsetting?
Here are Emily and Rory sitting in Emily’s delicate and feminine sitting room. We spy a TV in the back corner and a dinner tray tucked in beside the sofa, suggesting a new laid-back lifestyle for Emily. If anyone can make TV dinners glamorous, it’s Emily Gilmore.
In Emily’s dining room, her collection of gilt-framed oil paintings, panelled walls and polished silver set a formal tone. In the background you can even spot an oversized portrait of Richard, Emily’s dear, departed husband.
The Gilmore Girls wouldn’t be the Gilmore girls without copious amounts of coffee — and where better to get it than Luke’s! Doesn’t this look nice & toasty?
Here they are again with the pop tarts! The house looks festive with a couple strings of lights in the hallway arches and red and green florals sprinkled throughout.