INTERIOR DESIGNER LEANNE FORD PROVES THE POWER OF WHITE PAINT

A person leaning against an entryway. She is dressed in all white and the home is painted in all white.

A fresh coat of white paint can transform a space, breathing in a light and airy ambience and acting as a perfect blank canvas for a variety of décor styles. The design power of white paint is beautifully showcased by Leanne Ford in three recent projects where fresh white walls were the perfect backdrop for her signature monochromatic aesthetic. Read on to explore the breathtaking spaces and serene shades of white Leanne chose for each project.

THE TOOL SHED PROJECT

Leanne transformed her tool shed into a relaxing and light-filled home yoga studio. To get this bright and clean look on the exterior and interior, she chose Cameo White MQ3-32. It’s a crisp and clean white, perfect for this rejuvenating yoga spot.

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A person sitting on a white u-shaped chair in a newly renovated yoga room that is painted in all white with all white furnishings.
The outside of the tool shed that has been painted all white.
A newly renovated yoga room that was created from an old tool shed. The walls, floor and ceiling are all painted in white with all white furnishings.
The side wall in the yoga room showing white cushions and matts.

Design Credit: Leanne Ford

Photography Credit: Erin Kelly

THE THIRD FLOOR PROJECT

Next, we have Leanne’s third floor renovation in her home where she used Crisp Linen MQ3-13 on the walls and floors to showcase her signature monochromatic look and to fit with her modern and airy home decor.

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A monochromatic room with wall and furnishings all in shade of white.
An office with all white hues and also a black chair and wood desk.
A sitting area with a white chair against a wall that is painted in a white hue..
The second floor, just next to the top of the stairs showing all white floors, railing, walls with a black painted chair placed in the corner.

Design Credit: Leanne Ford

Photography Credit: Erin Kelly

THE BROOKSIDE PROJECT

For the third project, Leanne flipped a house in her hometown of Pittsburgh and transformed it into a bright and airy retreat with a casual yet modern aesthetic. She painted the interior and exterior in Crisp Linen MQ3-13, a perfect canvas for the neutral furniture and accents styled throughout the home.

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A monochromatic living room in all white hues with a gold framed mirror in the center above the fireplace.
The front porch of an all white home with a touch of golden hues coming from flowers and an entry rug.
A bedroom in all white with a touch of color found in golden flowers that are placed in the corner.
An all white living room with two couches facing each other and a long thin wood table between them.
A kitchen in all white hues with wood accents for the table and decor.

Design Credit: Leanne Ford

Photography Credit: Erin Kelly

Leanne’s projects prove that white paint can make a stunning design statement. Interested to learn more about choosing the right white paint for your next DIY project? This post has the answers! And to see more of Leanne’s gorgeous projects click here.

Colorfully yours,

Tiffany

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