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CBS Readies 'The Good Wife' Decor

CBS Readies 'The Good Wife' Decor

CBS Consumer Products has engaged Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams and Interlude Home to create a home decor line inspired by the TV series “The Good Wife.” This is the first license for the television series, and will include home furnishings, ho

CBS Consumer Products has engaged Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams and Interlude Home to create a home decor line inspired by the TV series “The Good Wife.” This is the first license for the television series, and will include home furnishings, home accessories, accent furniture and lighting.

The new line, to be developed in collaboration with “The Good Wife” set decorator, Beth Kushnick, will be inspired by actual set decoration seen on the series. Products will debut on the fourth season of the show this fall, and be available in retail shortly thereafter.

“This opportunity sprouted from fan feedback to Beth’s inspiring decor,” says Liz Kalodner, executive vice president and general manager, CBS Consumer Products.

“We used our merchandising and retail experience to make this line a reality.”

Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams will focus on home furnishings, which it will carry in retail stores nationwide. Interlude Home will create accessories, accent furniture and lighting, which will be available in stores and online.

“We are so excited to team with CBS, Beth Kushnick and ‘The Good Wife’ in this groundbreaking creative venture,” says Wendy King Philips, creative director, Interlude Home. “Enabling viewers to purchase their favorite home decor straight from environments of ‘The Good Wife’ is an innovative and inventive new model we are thrilled to be a part of.”

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