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Over the weekend, Leanne Ford announced that a home she renovated and designed in Sewickley, Pennsylvania, is now for sale. Inside the 1868 Victorian, which once belonged to a pastor in town, you’ll find a scrap marble backsplash, Ford’s new Semihandmade cabinets, and an epically good copper-lined fireplace. But she’s also selling it fully furnished, which means the new owner won’t have to lift a finger in the decorating department.

No worries if you’re not in the market for a new home, because we did a bit of sleuthing to ID some of the best furnishings in the house so that you can bring the signature Leanne Ford look home, no matter where you live. 

The Entryway

Ford filled the home in her signature white-on-white color palette (the walls and floors are Shoji White by Sherwin-Williams), which means it can almost be tricky to spot the plaster pedestal side table she placed below the stairs. The seashell chandelier, however, is on full display. 

The Living Room

Of course Ford put her marshmallowy Mellow chair and slipcovered sofa in the living room, with a vintage light fixture above to add a bit of contrast. 

Primary Bedroom

In the sleeping space, Ford made things extra serene with a Noguchi lamp and bouclé seating too pretty to become a “clothes chair.” 

The Office

We’re pretty sure that Ford filled the home office with vintage finds, like this woven chair, but we were able to scope out a new version that looks alarmingly like the original. 

The Kitchen

Yes, you’ll spot Ford’s new Semihandmade cabinet fronts in the kitchen, but you’ll also see bronze sconces, which appear throughout the home, and her coupes that work just as well at cocktail hour as they do at dessert time.