Interlude Home Premieres "The Good Wife" Line

Fans of "The Good Wife" who have coveted the decor of their favorite characters on the show can now buy these same looks for their homes.

Interlude Home, which has supplied decor for the show's sets since the beginning, debuted the show's licensed line of accessories, lighting and accent furniture at High Point Market.

"They loved us as a resource," said Wendy King Philips, vice president, creative director. Beth Kushnick, the show's set decorator, came up with the idea to extend the brand to home decor (as well as a new furniture line from Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams), and a collection was born.

The 24 items available in the initial line are divided by character and reflect that person's personality. And they have appeared on the popular CBS show, such as Eli Gold's Chinese zodiac figurines and Alicia Florrick's decorative boxes. "They are seen in either the characters' homes or offices," Philips said. Alicia's items, for example, "are right behind her all the time."

"It's an innovative way to shop--you see it on screen and then are able to order it," she said. "It's fabulous."--Andrea Lillo

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