HGTV Star Leanne Ford Is Disrupting The Design World By Offering Accessible Style

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She’s the co-star of the HGTV hit show “Restored By The Fords.” Her transformations always look a lot more high-end and expensive than what she actually spent. And, now, Leanne Ford brings us her high style at accessible prices in two collaborations.

Ford has created a stunning line of laminate finishes for the brand Formica, managing to make laminate surfaces cool again. According to Formica, her collection of 10 finishes were “hand selected surfaces inspired by natural elements and neutral colors.”

Besides the laminate collection, she also has a lighting line for Target. It’s no secret she’s a big fan of Target’s modern furniture collection, Project 62. And she’s created a lighting capsule to work with the collection.

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A look at some of the Leanne Ford Project 62 lighting available at Target. All images courtesy of Target.

In a press release, Leanne explained, “Lighting is everything. It’s one of the most important elements in a space, if not the most important,” she said. “And if you pick the right piece, it doubles as a work of art.”

Here are 10 of our favorite pieces from the Leanne Ford Project 62 lighting collection:

You’ll find more than 30 classic and affordable pieces in the Leanne Ford Project 62 collection, starting at $30. And they all have more value than you’d expect from the inexpensive price tag: fabric-covered cords and the required lightbulb are included.

Want to see more of Leanne? “Restored By The Fords” has been picked up for another season, premiering in March.

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