Interior Designer Leanne Ford Just Launched Her Very Own Home and Art Magazine

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If you've ever gone on a quest to find modern-yet-lived-in home decor inspiration, odds are you've come across Leanne Ford's work. Plus, you've probably heard her talk about the importance of making your home better than a vacation on our Being Home With Hunker​ podcast. Known for her home renovation series ​Restored by the Fords​ and ​Home Again With the Fords​, as well as her collections with Target and Crate & Barrel, the American interior designer is expanding her reach with her very own art and home magazine.

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Called ​Feel Free​, the just-launched quarterly print mag will feature Ford's favorite artists and destinations alongside plenty of home inspiration for readers to explore. The best part is that a lot of the publication is in first person, so you can get tips and stories directly from Ford herself.

"Our world is opening up again, and in new ways — making this a great time to create," Leanne Ford said in a press release. "​Feel Free​ is here to encourage free thinking, free living, and the joy of creating a home YOU love. Throughout my career, I've always encouraged people to create, saying, 'Here are the ideas, the possibilities, and the tools to play. Now it's YOUR turn.'"

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In the debut issue of ​Feel Free​, you can expect to find an exclusive tour of Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater house in Pennsylvania; a profile of Sister Mary Corita, a screen-printing nun; a "hand-drawn home" Ford designed and accented with modern trompe l'oeil (a painting or design that creates the illusion of a 3D object); and artist Heather Chontos' home and studio in France. In between, there are quizzes, how-tos, pages of tear-out artwork, and much more.

In partnership with publisher a360media, ​Feel Free​ will be available anywhere magazines are sold across the United States and Canada. You can find more information here.

We can't wait to get a copy and take a peak inside Ford's creative mind.

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