When Leanne Ford and fiance Erik Allen tied the knot in 2017, their intimate wedding at The Bowery Hotel in New York City was a total surprise — even to them! Luckily, fashion photography duo, Lowfield, was there to document every romantic moment. See the Photos
When asked to describe her latest design collection, Leanne's answer is succinct: "Effortless and easy — everything I believe interior design should be." Here are photos that offer visual testament to that simple-yet-oh-so-hip style.
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Leanne and Steve renovate a former high school classmate's Victorian home.
This 1970s home got the Leanne Ford treatment with lots of light, bright, and airy touches to bring it up to date.
Homeowners Chad and Anthony had two asks for Leanne and Steve: 1. To give them a larger kitchen and 2. To put in a bathroom on the first floor.
Homeowners January and Michael were in desperate need of finding a way to balance both their styles: January likes doilies and Michael… not so much.
Leanne and Steve gave homeowner Lisa the fresh start she needed by simplifying and modernizing her Victorian row home.
If anyone knows cool, it's Leanne and Steve Ford. On the Season 2 premiere of Restored by the Fords, Leanne and Steve help out an old friend of Leanne's from high school.
Exclusive New Digital Series! Brother-and-sister cohosts and cohorts Leanne and Steve Ford come together to watch and narrate some of their childhood home movies – Mystery Science Theatre-style – providing commentary, family stories and insider scoop.
It's all thanks to a few strategically placed holes in the walls of Leanne's vintage schoolhouse.
The Pittsburgh siblings have a long history of passion for fashion (and apparently torturing each other on camera).
Get to know brother-sister renovation and design pros, Leanne and Steve Ford, stars of the HGTV series Restored by the Fords. Watch Now
A new line of lighting from Leanne Ford and Target? That's a design collab we can get behind.
Leanne and Steve Ford renovate older homes in rural Pennsylvania that are a bit out of the ordinary and unconventional. As the designer and "house whisperer," Leanne is the brains behind each project while Steve uses his "MacGyver-like" carpentry skills to bring her crazy, over the top ideas to life.
Steve and Leanne Ford are asked to tackle the first floor of an old Victorian row house that is drowning in wallpaper. Their first order of business is to brighten and lighten the whole space, then overhaul the dungeon of a kitchen to let the light shine in and reveal a simple, elegant design.
In Pittsburgh, PA, siblings Leanne and Steve Ford target a dark, midcentury home that has been empty for over a decade. They transform this funky house into a sleek oasis with mold remediation, plenty of demo and a bridge build.
The Fords are tasked with updating the first floor of a regal Victorian house built in 1885. The owners of this elegant home are both young and traditional in their style, so Leanne looks to create an entertaining floor that's a perfect balance of new and old. A custom bar is then made from salvaged cabinets, and a layer of bold wallpaper with a romantic feel is installed. The end result is a blend of classic and contemporary, making for a one-of-a-kind home.
A young couple needs a larger space for them and their two kids, so Steve and Leanne decide to reconfigure the floor plan to transform their small house into a home with plenty of elbowroom. But with a new bathroom, master bedroom and kitchen, will Steve and Leanne find the space in the budget to fit in all their ideas?
Steve and Leanne are called on the restore a midcentury modern Pittsburgh home for a pair of music lovers. They use clever open space concepts and custom furniture pieces to create a new and invigorating space perfect for entertaining guests.
After many failed attempts at fixing up the 1920s Tudor he grew up in, a couple brings in Leanne and Steve Ford to finish the job. Leanne wants to stay true to the era of the home by keeping the fantastic bones, beautiful woodwork and windows. However, she must quickly come up with a new plan when Steve discovers water damage to the kitchen floors.
When Steve's good friends ask for help with their 1970s contemporary home, the Fords come to the rescue. Leanne draws inspiration from a reclaimed wood mantle and brings their dream of a ski lodge in Pittsburgh to life. However, the siblings will have to survive a few compromises to give the couple everything they want.
A newly engaged couple that bought a midcentury modern home to start their lives together needs Leanne and Steve Ford to make it modern-day cool. The worst offender is the zig-zag kitchen that's never been stylish, but Leanne's design solution is pure magic.
Steve and Leanne Ford tackle the first floor of a Victorian home built by a ship's captain in the late 1800s. Beautiful woodwork and quaint fireplaces inspire the homeowners' design choices but they're in need of a little balance from all the Victorian frill. The Fords freshen up the front rooms then completely redo the kitchen in a style that's worthy of a captain, yet fit for a modern family.
Leanne and Steve Ford are hired to convert a fun-loving and quirky art collector's cramped quarters into a fun setting for art and collectibles. The Fords install intricate wood flooring throughout, install a new back door and bring the painfully outdated galley kitchen into the modern century all while showing off the Victorian home's beautiful bones.
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