Designer Brian Patrick Flynn brings city chic to this mountain home porch.
“The shower has an incorporated shelf, which is perfect for holding shampoos and toiletries,” explains interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
A custom pine needle green island with a walnut counter centers this spacious and open kitchen by designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
For an element of surprise with graphic impact, designer Brian Patrick Flynn covered a wall with a patchwork of textile samples.
This beautiful bachelor pad living room designed by Brian Patrick Flynn features hues of red and grey for a striking contrast of color and texture.
No animals were harmed making the acrylic antlers. Interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn chose antlers for an organic farmhouse vibe that’s echoed throughout the house.
Designer Brian Patrick Flynn says, "Don't be afraid to mix styles. Vintage modern chairs, paired with a traditional, rolled-arm sofa, make a room look fresh."
Old silk neckties are a thrift-store staple. Give retro ties new life by using them to tie back draperies as designer Brian Patrick Flynn did here.
There’s an easy transition from the master bedroom into the master bathroom, where interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn continues the color story of classic red, white and blue
After removing the legs from one side of a pink table, designer Brian Patrick Flynn attached it to a bedroom wall to serve as a distinctive custom nightstand.
A beautiful contrast is creating with these black and white ornaments designed by Brian Patrick Flynn. The black and white contrast the green Christmas tree and illuminating gold decor.
“The master bathroom is super classic,” says interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn. “It’s covered in white and the ceiling is clad in the same wood used in the master bedroom.”
Brian Patrick Flynn designed this modern kitchen with gray high-gloss cabinetry and a cutting edge backsplash made from a black-and-white photo. Orange accents brighten the monochromatic palette.
The walls of this bedroom are covered in pinstripe fabric, adding a subtle, menswear-inspired touch. The custom headboard is upholstered in white automotive vinyl. Design by Brian Patrick Flynn
Interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn says a pair of lamps with custom shades and a base made with oyster shells gives the mudroom a beachy look without being too cliche.
To add visual impact to this small bedroom, designer Brian Patrick Flynn painted horizontal blue and white stripes on the bed wall. A white ornate mirror makes the room appear larger.
“Whoever lives here is going to be a person with a lot of layers to their personality,” says interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn. “I made sure everything had a nice mix.”
When choosing outdoor furnishings, “I wanted to make sure it was something that actually gels with bungalow architecture,” explains interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn, “which is arts and crafts and laid back.”