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One might think combining business with family would create an unworkable dynamic for brother and sister Steve and Leanne Ford, but that couldn't be further from the truth. "We feel comfortable pushing each other to new limits to get the most out of each design," says Leanne, who works with her sibling to enliven older Pittsburgh homes with beautiful, unique custom renovations. An interior designer, Leanne creates new looks and floor plans for the homes, many of which are a bit out of the ordinary and unconventional. Steve is a licensed contractor with "MacGyver-like" carpentry skills. He's adept at executing his sister's vision to maximize the charm and functionality of the properties.

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The Ford siblings take on their toughest client yet -- Steve Ford himself; he and Leanne repair and transform a run-down warehouse into a chic bachelor pad complete with industrial and vintage touches.
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Leanne and Steve Ford take on a couple's newly purchased, claustrophobic home with zero flow between the rooms; Leanne takes down walls and rearranges doors to give the house a vintage, woodsy feel with modern lighting and a stunning kitchen.
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Fun-loving and chic homeowners call on Steve and Leanne Ford to give their Colonial's main floor a contemporary makeover; Leanne wants to keep the home's European touches while adding modern flair using wallpaper, an art installation and new paint.
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The Ford siblings go back to their roots when they tackle a couple's newly purchased 1930s farmhouse; Leanne highlights the home's existing beauty while bringing out more of its character with modern-bohemian touches for the young family.
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The Ford siblings take on Leanne's dream renovation: a storybook cottage guesthouse; Leanne is forced to rethink her remodeling plans when one of the homeowners' salvaged antiques won't fit in her design.
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After many failed attempts at fixing up the 1920s Tudor he grew up in, a couple bring in Leanne and Steve Ford to finish the job; Leanne wants to stay true to the era of the home; Steve discovers water damage to the kitchen floors.
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Glass artists call on Leanne and Steve Ford to give their traditional, 1900s home a contemporary makeover; Leanne is inspired by their glasswork and takes on the challenge with gusto, but the floors and old stairway threaten to derail the project.
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A couple that purchased a Spanish villa-style home hires Leanne and Steve Ford to make it feel like a vacation; Leanne exploits the space's Mediterranean bones and the pair transforms the cramped living areas into light, bright and open spaces.
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Leanne and Steve help make a 1900s Victorian home family-friendly, yet traditional; Leanne's plan is to create an open floor plan, but an exterior brick wall and the ugliest kitchen they have ever tackled may just stop them in their tracks.
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Leanne and Steve are hired to convert a quirky art collector's cramped quarters into a fun setting for art and collectables; they install intricate wood flooring, a new back door and bring the outdated galley kitchen into the modern century.
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Leanne and Steve help transform a classic Craftsman into a cool Craftsman a couple can move into; while the Fords anticipate the usual historic home blockades and problems with structure, wood floors and windows, luck is on their side in the end.
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Homeowners open up a can of worms when they ask the Fords to create a beautiful kitchen in their 1880s Victorian home. After knocking down the walls, Leanne and Steve must work through antiquated wiring, dangerous ceiling supports and sloping floors before they can even begin thinking about all the pretty parts.
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Steve and Leanne 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 balance from all the Victorian frill.
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Steve's good friends ask for help with their 1970s contemporary home; Leanne draws inspiration from a reclaimed wood mantle and brings their dream of a ski lodge in Pittsburgh to life.
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A newly engaged couple that bought a mid-century 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.
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Steve and Leanne agree to tackle the first floor of an old Victorian row house with too much wallpaper; they first brighten and lighten the whole space, then overhaul the dungeon of a kitchen.
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Steve and Leanne return to the Collins' mid-century home for the final phase of renovation, and along the way, they get inspiration after a trip to the historic Fallingwater house by Frank Lloyd Wright.
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Steve and Leanne become tasked with renovating a client's childhood home, and have to balance the home's original character with a modern update for the next generation.
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If designer Leanne Ford sees an unusual piece she likes, she's got to buy it.
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When Steve Ford isn't demoing with his sister, he's out wakesurfing through Pittsburgh.
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Catch the inventive brother-sister duo Leanne and Steve Ford in an all-new Restored by the Fords on HGTV.

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