New York, NY (PRWEB) November 17, 2012
This Sunday, CBS’ hit series The Good Wife, staring JuliannaMargulies, Chris Noth, Christine Baranski, Josh Charles and Archie Panjabi, continues its dramatic fourth season with the premiere of a new guest star - the Campaign Bed - from renowned bed maker Charles P. Rogers. A fixture in Manhattan since 1855, the producer of fine-quality beds, mattresses and bedding has enjoyed working with New York’s iconic entertainment industry for years.
“Our careful design of relevant, impactful furnishings is an essential part of what we do,” states LindaKlein, President of Charles P. Rogers. “We are pleased that our offerings speak to talented setdecorators, allowing them to fulfill the visions of their storylines.”
Charles P. Rogers products are no newcomers to the show; The Good Wife’s acclaimed set decorator Beth Kushnick used the glamorous upholstered Tansy Platform Bed in the Oct. 4th episode as the setting for the steamy sex scene featuring Archie Panjabi’s character Kalinda and her “occasional” FBI agent girlfriend. When audiences first saw Alicia’s apartment when the series premiered, Kushnick selected the Hamilton Sleigh Bed for her bedroom (pictured left and right), as well as the Campaign bed for her daughter Grace’s room.
“I find myself shopping for beds alot on The Good Wife. Charles P.Rogers is one of my go-to resources,” explains Kushnick. It’s never surprising to see Charles P. Rogers products make an appearance in some of today’s most popular television shows and major motion pictures. A commitment to a range of style offerings, from classic to contemporary to eclectic design, makes Charles P. Rogers the perfect choice for production designers and tastemakers worldwide.
This venerable brand is proud of its representation throughout the entertainment industry. The Lionsgate’s and Roadside Attractions’ film Imogene that premiered at this year’s Toronto Film Festival starring Kristen Wiig and Annette Benning, features the company’s Queen Cherry Platform Bed. To create Charlotte’s feminine and sophisticated bedroom for the night before Carrie’s long-awaited wedding to Mr. Big in the first Sex and the City movie, the set decorator Lydia Marks chose the Campaign Canopy Bed (pictured). It was the perfect backdrop for the fabulous four gals to spend some time reminiscing the night before Carrie’s big day, and appeared again in Sex and the City 2. A New York design staple, Charles P. Rogers offers a wide range of bed and bedding choices sure to please anyone’s style. Charles P. Rogers’ beds are shipped direct all over the world and are helping consumers sleep well one night at a time.
To purchase or for additional information, please visit http://www.charlesprogers.com.