If you're anything like us, you've faithfully tuned into The Good Wife for the past five seasons for one reason and one reason only: to watch Alicia Florrick (played by Julianna Margulies) kick some serious butt, both in legal and personal matters. Over the past five years, the amount of women starring in television shows has tripled, but Margulies has been stealing our hearts on screen since way before ladies started taking over. Does anyone else remember her stint on ER? Margulies always plays strong women, and while she might not be as uptight and controlled in person as she is on television, one thing's for sure: when it comes to her home, she knows what she wants. And with her SoHo home, purchased a decade ago when her personal and work life were in flux, what she wanted was designer Vincente Wolfe.
She tells Architectural Digest, "I'm obsessed with design magazines. And every time I'd get to a room I loved, it was Vincente's. He has this way of making spaces not just beautiful but homey, modern, and useful."
Says AD: To achieve this delicate balance for his latest clients, Wolf focused on a handful of architectural and cosmetic changes, while also rethinking the furnishings—wherever possible incorporating items of personal significance to the couple. "For Julianna and Keith, my job was to ensure that the apartment felt entirely new," the designer says.
If we're judging, we'd say he achieved that look. And you?
See more in Architectural Digest.