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.”
Brian Patrick Flynn designed this cozy sitting area with brick fireplace, modern furniture and vibrant patterned, gray-and-white wallpaper. The purple accent pillows add a fun pop of color and texture.
Chalkboards can hang over the mantel or, in this case, stand in for it entirely! This clever faux mantel wall hanging from designer Brian Patrick Flynn is a smart solution for apartment dwellers or renters.
Brian Patrick Flynn brings a touch of the holidays to this foyer with a framed advent calendar made of holiday postcards and a cake stand holding glass ornaments, not to mention the live, decorated Christmas tree.
A bright pink pillow pops against the navy blue and white color palette of this eclectic bedroom. Designer Brian Patrick Flynn mixes traditional fabrics, like the floral duvet cover, with contemporary ones, like the graphic-patterned pillows.
Relaxing bath time accessories await on a rustic handmade stool. “Anytime I have the ability to add some type of stool outside of the bathtub it makes it more spa like,” says interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
A spacious shower, roomy vanity with white finish and easy layout makes this guest bathroom very user-friendly. “This is definitely not a small bathroom, which is a major plus for guests,” says designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
Designer Brian Patrick Flynn turns a narrow hallway into a dramatic space with the use of black paint, a checkerboard floor and large black-and-white tree prints. A lone red chair makes a bright splash of color.
The guest bathroom’s inviting shower and bath with integral apron includes a tempered-glass bath screen. “The shower itself has shower glass instead of a shower curtain to let light in and out,” says designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
Add some rustic charm to your yard with tree silhouettes made from plywood and nail heads. These attractive trees, designed by Brian Patrick Flynn, are fun in the daytime but look breathtaking when silhouetted at night by outside lighting.
The master bedroom has a refined style. "This is much more formal than any other room in the house, but the bold color makes it a little more fun and not really stuffy," says interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
When Atlanta designer Brian Patrick Flynn reimagined this 750-square-foot attic apartment in Reykjavik he tapped into the magic of Iceland itself for inspiration -- from the captivating wildlife to the moody blues of the Arctic and Atlantic oceans.