The in-demand designer shares her faves.
Leanne Ford didn’t take the traditional route to home-design fame. The cohost (with her brother, Steve) of HGTV’s Restored by the Fords talked her way into an internship in the fashion industry before discovering her passion for interior design. Despite having no formal training, Ford set her sights on restoring a 1900s Pittsburgh schoolhouse. Her clean, white-on-white transformation earned a feature in Country Living magazine and more projects around the country.
Here, Ford gives a shoutout to the designers she loves right now, and it’s no surprise that they all share the same warm, easy and minimalist style she has become known for nationwide.
“I love everything Lauren does, creates, shows. I want her to come design my garden—and heck, while she’s at it, my kitchen, too!”
“Brady can do no wrong. Easy, cool, and fun? Check, check, check.”
“There isn’t a room or a chair Garrett’s done that I don’t LOVE! Creating some serious Texas magic!”
Hear more from Leanne and Steve Ford as they talk to Linda and Drew on a recent episode of At Home with Linda & Drew Scott.
By Reveal Editors | Photo of Leanne by Amy Neunsinger | Photo of room by Reid Rolls | Garrett Hunter photo courtesy of Garrett Hunter | Brady photo courtesy of Brady Tolbert | Lauren photo by Helen Norman