Design-obsessed fans of the CBS series have an appetite for deconstruction, so set decorator Beth Kushnick teamed up with Interlude Home and Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams to create a line of ''The Good Wife''-inspired furniture and accessories. We got a sneak peek at the shoppable pieces from the show, which returns on Sept. 30.
”We make specific decisions on where to put colors,” says Kushnick. Why add red accents like these to the Lockhart/Gardner offices? ”Law is a blood sport.” ($79-129, Interlude Home)
Eli’s magazine holder
The leather caddy is one of the few feminine touches in Eli Gold’s otherwise traditional, manly office. ”It almost looks like a cool purse,” says Kushnick. ($99, Interlude Home)
”This [would] work in any style living room,” Kushnick says of the chenille chair, an addition to Diane Lockhart’s (Christine Baranski) office in season 4. ($925, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams)
”A neutral tone pulled from nature is something I find can work with any color palette,” Kushnick says of pieces like the streaked velvet sofa. ($2,475, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams)
”I got so many inquiries about these,” says Kushnick of the fan interest in this set of ceramic zodiac figurines. ”They’re my take on see no evil, hear no evil, [speak no evil]. Just so Eli Gold.” ($119, Interlude Home)
Accents like these twig-and-resin boxes fit in with the ”sea- foam and beach-glass feeling” of the comfortable apartment. ”It’s her haven,” Kushnick says. ($129, Interlude Home)