Madura Debuts The Good Wife Collection in New York

GoodWifeMaduraPillows1Madura's new The Good Wife Collection includes decorative pillows and accessories

NEW YORK-French window dressing and decorative pillow company Madura launched its The Good Wife collection last night during At Home on Madison Avenue, the Avenue's first design week.

The set decorator for the popular CBS show, Beth Kushnick, has been a client of Madura for many years, said Elodie Gora, store director, and that led to the development of the new line. It is Madura's first licensed collection in the U.S., she added.

The collection includes curtains, decorative pillows and such accessories as coasters, magazine racks and picture frames. Decorative pillow covers range from $28 to $250 in the 16-inch-square size.

In addition, Gora said that the company will open another store in New York's Flatiron district early next year, and which will showcase a more lifestyle setting, including a cafe and a rooftop space.

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