The living room’s medium-tone prefinished engineered hardwood floor creates a warm and neutral backdrop for the space. “The best way to describe it would be greige,” says designer Brian Patrick Flynn. “It’s kind of like a grayish beige mix.”
Designer Brian Patrick Flynn transformed this contractor-grade bathroom into an elegant, classic space strictly using shades of black and white. White subway tile walls, black porcelain tile floors and an aged iron chandelier all enhance the room's timeless appeal.
Designer Brian Patrick Flynn painted this small bathroom's vanity a bright orange-pink hue to contrast with the neutral colors of the graphic wallpaper. Elegant door knockers take the place of traditional cabinet knobs for a one-of-a-kind look.
Niches built inside of the columns allow for integrative bookshelves in the kitchen. “The builders and architects were really smart about using every square inch of this house to the best of its potential,” says interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
Using the same engineered stone for the backsplash and counter creates a seamless look. “The same material carries its way up and has the same veining from the actual countertop all the way to the ceiling,” says designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
Just off the dining room sits this sleek and sculptural modern fireplace area. “There’s not a lot going on but it’s on purpose,” says designer Brian Patrick Flynn. “It’s a moment of pause as you enter this architecturally stunning house.”
Cozy, transitional style is carried outdoors with this colorful sitting area designed by Brian Patrick Flynn. The deck rail is dressed up by several baskets of flowers, while a bright blue rug adds color and comfort beneath the upholstered sectional.
Go for a high-gloss effect. A smaller group of gray Ikea cabinets, used in an Atlanta mid-century modern kitchen, gives a steel sheen to the space, which was previously designed by Brian Patrick Flynn as his personal residence.
A three-light metal vanity light in brushed nickel includes white glass shades that cast a pretty glow. “These vanity lights above the mirror look just like something reminiscent that you’d find out on a dock,” says designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
“Since this is such a creative city, I assigned the loft to be a creative space or if you want to entertain there is enough floor seating to accommodate up to 12 people comfortably,” says interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
Assorted pillows and a duvet cover add comfort and coziness on the top of the bed. “The bedding is all different shades of white and green and yellow, like you’d find in a palm tree,” says designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
Black hooks above the stove hold everything needed to put together a meal. “A lot of farmhouse style kitchens do not have upper cabinets they just have lowers, so what you will find is floating shelves,” says interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
A mixture of styles unite in this charming dining room for a comfortable and inviting space to gather. “I wanted the dining room to be a little more playful but also juxtapose modern times with classic southern,” explains interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
The painting features a style inspired by famed Abstract Expressionist painter Mark Rothko, who used soft, rectangular forms floating in saturated colors. "This room is rather minimal because the wall covering is busy in a good way," says designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
“The front porch is about 8 feet deep by roughly 20 feet wide,” says interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn. “It’s enough to function as an outdoor room.” An all-weather rug, teak sofa and colorful coffee table carve out the conversation area.
The Viking-style ship hung in the corner of the room is actually a kite that designer Brian Patrick Flynn found in a local Nordic shop. The ship continues the Scandinavian theme and pops in bright white against the room’s black walls.
The bedroom’s unique ceiling fan creates a nautical focal point for the room. “It has a black frame and then it has fabric stretched on its blades that looks like sails of a sailboat, and it’s very beautiful,” says designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
“We added railing up above so we could hang outdoor drapery, because I really wanted to unite the two spaces with the same color palette,” explains interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn. “It softens the edges of the outside deck, and makes adds privacy.”