You'll never get tired of the view this urban living room provides, with its floor-to-ceiling windows and balcony just outside. A cozy shag rug provides a nice texture contrast to the white leather furnishings.
Here's a trick made popular by New York City designers: if you don't have lots of wall space in your living room
but have a large collection of art, consider hanging pieces directly in front of windows that don't offer great views.
This chic outdoor space uses low-maintenance plants to create a small garden area. Bright yellow outdoor pillows and metal chairs add bold color to the space for a casual sitting area, and a wood wall adds privacy to this New York city hideaway.
The new gray galley kitchen in the Victorian row home that Leanne and Steve renovated together. The clients love the gray color so they decided to put a roman clay texture over the drywall and give the brick a gray lime wash, as seen on Restored by the Fords.
As seen on Restored by the Fords, the bathroom of Steve's personal apartment in Pittsburgh, PA. Steve and Leanne restored the industrial warehouse and created an urban apartment. Restorations included sleek black tile to give the bathroom a masculine feel.