Pack Your Bags: You'll Want to Move Into This Light-Drenched Midcentury Oasis

If there were a single designer who effortlessly defined the modern yet lived-in aesthetic, it would be Leanne Ford. One glance at her portfolio, and you'll come to realize that she's one of your favorite interior designers as well; her stunning renovations are the stuff of Instagram fame.

It's only a matter of time before Ford's recent project dominates your feed as well. For her new HGTV show, Restored by the Fords, Leanne and her brother Steve tackled a modest Pittsburgh home built by Don Owens, who studied under Frank Lloyd Wright.

"We did a full gut job to this entire home. We kept true to the style and concept but made it safer and more modern," Ford told MyDomaine. Click through to see the full transformation.