Finally, A Reason to Visit the Corner Furniture Store

Spotted at the Raymour & Flannigan on Broadway and 66th Street

I usually don’t really pay much attention to the Raymour & Flanigan (or anything home décor related for that matter), but today this The Good Wife referencing sign caught my eye.  So, I’m trying to remember—do I like Alicia’s post-Peter Florrick scandal apartment? I honestly can’t recall because I’m usually too distracted by Chris Noth’s presence to notice any interior design detail on the show.

Will’s sleek digs (from the few scenes I’ve viewed) are definitely up to par with what you’d expect from one of Chicago’s Top Ten Eligible Bachelors and I would happily move myself into Diane’s sweet corner office.  Although, the Lockhart Gardner offices did suffer from slightly diminished flair after the whole fresh flowers budget crisis, but maybe Derrick Bond’s money brought the florals back.


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