The worlds of set decor and furniture design set new heights for tv shows! The Good Wife has inspired a new home furnishings collection aptly called The Good Wife collection. The idea was sparked by the strong response and volume of queries that the hit legal drama’s set decorator, Beth Kushnick, received on her Good Wife blog and Twitter account from the show’s devoted and design-savvy fan base. The collection, which Kushnick helped design, includes sofas, chairs, desks, and tables, as well as pillows, and other accessories.
After all, you only need to use as inspiration one of the most intelligent television series that exists, has it all: an exquisite drama, a first-rate cast, impeccable art direction and decorative pieces in the set to melt!
In this post we extract the pieces decorative pieces used by the talented Beth Kushnick on the set of The Good Wife that we consider very important when it comes to recreate this style of decoration in your home.
The radiant orchid-ish 2 seat sofa below, MAASAI, was selected by PTANG Studio, a Hong Kong based interior design firm specialized in hospitality projects to feature in an unique private residencial project! A big inspiration to apply in your interior decoration?
The living room, specifically, can find a set of sofas and armchairs in neutral and equally contrasting tones. Notice the textures found in the rug, the assistant armchair cushions are used very specifically with a palette of violet, pale, beige blue and earth tones.
The bedroom is totally neutral and relaxed, feminine and well cared for in every detail. But also has very surreptitiously, the pale blue used in the room but other details.
The Diane office, on the other hand shows the strength that characterized the character. Many bordeaux tones, also can see again the carpet and falls again focused attention and a position of the elements if it means, symmetrical set with lamps and armchairs.
What we love about dining Florrick house is that it is different from the rest of the house, without being a stranger. Retains the element of carpet, uses a color palette of forest stands with that dull mauve wall.
Speaking of worlds of set decor and furniture design… take one more look into Fifty Shades of Grey set decor inspirations!