Designer Leanne Ford uses pretty dishes to hold dish towels, an interesting and easy way to add texture to the kitchen.
Dark walls show off the beautiful wood of this home's stairway and paneling.
In this kitchen, designer Leanne Ford uses board and batten paneling to highlight a pretty blue vintage cabinet and stool. A cutting board becomes part of the decor hung from a hook.
A black cabinet holds firewood and makes a striking contrast to this living room's light-colored walls.
Designer Leanne Ford balances out the rustic look of a vintage cabinet with a row of matching flower pots and a clean-lined coffee table.
This white kitchen is all about texture: painted brick, marble countertops, a stone floor.
Wood and natural fibers pair with glass and painted white-brick in this friendly dining area.
This handsome living room uses dark blue to ground the airiness created by white walls and the white sofa.
A simple white pendant light shows up beautifully against this home's exposed brick fireplace.
This wood dining chair swoops and curves, its lines simple and elegant.
Designer Leanne Ford calls attention to the beauty of this blue velvet and wood chair by placing it on its own in an all-white corner.
A white refrigerator lets the marble backsplash and the cabinets' pretty wood grain shine.
The clean, simple lines of this sculptural chair make it as much a piece of art in the living room as any painting.
By making most of the walls in this living area white board and batten, designer Leanne Ford calls attention to a few select details like the red brick fireplace or beautiful wood floors.
The lower floor of this home is open concept with the kitchen, dining area and living room flowing seamlessly together. Weathered wood floors connect the spaces and designer Leanne Ford has styled the home with her texturally rich, neutral palette.
The center island in this pretty white kitchen is painted a lovely gray-green. Dark stone tiles ground the floor and tie in with the simple, black chandelier.
White brick walls instantly make this kitchen feel more open and bright. Designer Leanne Ford pairs them with concrete countertops and glass pendants for a look that's farmhouse friendly.
White paneling in this living room is a surprising way to cozy up the space, crisply accented by the natural wood ceiling and striking oversized gold pendant.
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