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HART x The Fords | April 9, 2020

Leanne Ford’s DIY Projects are Progress Well Done

Though her current home renovation is a work in progress, Interior Designer Leanne Ford’s most recent projects are anything but.  From her soon-to-be office to her no-cabinets, no-sink, no-appliances kitchen, Leanne transforms each space with a few tools and her designer’s eye. Watch below to see how an unfinished space-ish can feature a beautifully finished project.

Hanging Art

You don't have to venture out to enjoy looking at artwork. @LeanneFordInteriors will show you how to hang artwork like a pro. Curate your own collection when you #DoItWithHART.

Hanging a Light Fixture

Want to easily amp up the style of any room? @LeanneFordInteriors can show you how changing a light fixture makes a noticeable impact. Come up with your brightest ideas when you #DoItWithHART.

Hanging a Shelf

Have more blank walls than storage? @LeanneFordInteriors is dishing on the designer tip to give your things their perfect place in your home. Make it all your own when you #DoItWithHART.

Steve Ford Makes Projects from the Shop Floor Up

With his workshop stationed a floor below his living space, contractor Steve Ford has tools and project ideas right at his fingertips (toe-tips?). His builds prove that with some simple materials, the right tools and a spare bowtie, you can create some serious magic.
Steve Ford Makes Projects from the Shop Floor Up
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