Board games from luxury houses that double as home decor

A luxurious list of board games from fashion’s finest to your home

There’s no denying it’s a digital world, but physical, board games deserve just as much traction as their online counterparts. Especially if these old-school entertainment return as deluxe home statement pieces. Here are some childhood favourites redesigned for gifting or display.

Jeux Nomadic backgammon set. Photo by Baccarat

Baccarat backgammon set

From the Jeux Nomadic collection, this over 5,000 year old game gets a major upgrade with 100 percent classic marble and felt, topped with Baccarat crystal pieces; all made in France.


Sterling Silver and 24k Gold Vermeil Chess Set. Photo by Tiffany&Co

Tiffany&Co chess set

Housed in a sterling silver box mirroring the design of the Tiffany Blue Box, this sterling silver and 24k gold vermeil chess set was meticulously handcrafted by Tiffany’s master artisans over the span of one year.


Tartan parkwood backgammon set. Photo by Ralph Lauren

Ralph Lauren backgammon set

The tartan parkwood spots a two-tone design of auburn brown and gold; constructed of 100 percent stately mahogany.

Ralph Lauren

Medusa puzzle. Photo by Versace

Versace Medusa set

The gold-tone three-dimensional puzzle comes in the fashion of the Maison’s signature rivet detailing.


Draughts set. Photo by Brunello Cucinelli

Brunello Cucinelli draughts set

Made in Italy with with soft beige hues, the draught board of wood and steel pieces sport a Krion surface with wooden inlays.

Brunello Cucinelli

Leather solitaire. Photo by Berluti

Berluti solitaire

Crafted in Venezia leather, the game set is composed with welt construction base, rubber pad sole, 36 brass balls including one with a beautiful Berluti engraving.


Vanity Mahjong. Photo by Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton mahjong

The Chinese game of strategy receives an equally sophisticated rendition. Made by hand in corian and wood, the set is enveloped in trunk.

Louis Vuitton