Create a fun space for kids to create with low seating, round tables and color schemes they can grow into.
Whether it’s a welcoming courtyard, a narrow outdoor landing or a shady backyard spot, it’s easy to bring style and substance to your favorite outdoor spaces.
Rich navy blue walls with crisp white accents and a global influence creates a captivating master bedroom with beautiful views and designated spaces for rest and relaxation.
With a blue ceiling and walls, this playful pool lounge offers a casual and stylish space to entertain and relax while enjoying outdoor views.
With two skylights and windows that flood the room with lots of natural light, the bright and inviting master bath offers the perfect space to take an invigorating shower or enjoy a relaxing soak in the freestanding tub.
This charming retreat, connected to the garage via a trendy glass garage door, is a highlight of the property. A screened back wall looks out over the long backyard and the urban garden and chicken coop.
A bold evergreen striped ceiling and bright white walls with slate blue, black and white accents bring balance to this fresh and light guest bedroom with a masculine feel.
This well-detailed dining room mixes midcentury-style chairs with a rustic-look table and traditional lighting and window treatments, creating a transitional gathering space with style.
Just in time for the brisk, fall weather, this pergola-covered deck was outfitted for the season with comfy cushions, cozy throws, earth-tone hues and clever DIYs.
Bring the design battle to an end, by creating a sanctuary you can both feel great about.
Being able to see the kids watch TV or play while you make dinner is great, but sometimes an open floor plan can pose a few design challenges. We designed this space, so it felt intimate and inviting without sacrificing those sight lines.
An outdated kitchen from the ’60s was transformed into a happy, hard-working space that honors the home’s midcentury modern-architecture with a fun, family-friendly vibe.
Comfortable, casual and lived-in, this ’60s-era ranch home is packed with architectural interest and creature comforts.
What was once a humdrum screened-in porch is now a colorful, multipurpose place for lounging and entertaining.
Vibrant and energetic, the HGTV 2016 Dream Home media room is the perfect escape to watch tv or relax and read a book.
Layers of blue and white hues inspire the decor in this first-floor bedroom retreat, where comfort and serenity are key.
Majestic teal walls and a lavish canopy bed give this master bedroom a glamorous vibe with comfortable features.
A calming space with waterfront views, the living room invites an elegant charm with a beachy accent wall and chic furnishings.
Add warm, menswear-inspired appeal to your bed pillows this winter with quick and easy slipcovers made from old sweaters and button-up shirts.
Most homeowners fret over having their fix-ins perfect and tables set just right for Thanksgiving. Well, interior designers are likely to be more concerned with their furniture and lighting than their gravy and greens. At least that’s the case at Brian Patrick Flynn’s house in the mountains. Take a gander at how Brian whipped the dining and living areas of his raised deck into top-notch shape, with a mix of midcentury modern and rustic furnishings.
What are the chances Anna Wintour, Martha Stewart and Jonathan Adler will stop by your fall soiree? Eh, probably not good. But, just in case, these design tips will have you ready for that one-in-a-million moment and make for some hella good photo ops along the way.
When Brian first encountered this kitchen, it was the sushi equivalent of a brown rice California roll. With help from some drastic yet budget-friendly upgrades, it’s now more of a spicy tuna drenched in wasabi (with brass cranberries on the side).
What cranberries the berries are to urinary tract infections, cranberry the hue is to this former snoozer of a media room. From grasscloth walls to bold, upholstered doors, layers of cranberry are just what the doctor ordered for this space.
Remember what happened when Betsy Ross got busy with her sewing kit in 1776? Subtract George Washington and the woes of war, and you’ll get this deck.
You know that dream where you’re eating dinner across from three cows, two dogs, a horse, a bunny, a quail and a whale? It’s probably set in this dining room, designed by Brian Patrick Flynn for HGTV’s Urban Oasis 2015.
So, it’s never too early to start thinking about holiday guests and travel, right? This cozy guest suite Brian Patrick Flynn designed for the 2015 HGTV Urban Oasis in Asheville, North Carolina, is really private and packed with unique art and rustic touches- perfect for a holiday getaway with your in-laws.
If you like to hang out with friends while soaking up a bluesy, eclectic vibe then you’re gonna LOVE the living room Brian pulled together while designing the 2015 HGTV Urban Oasis in Asheville.
Heads up! If you love nature and sleeping and being patriotic all at the same time (and who doesn’t?) this Americana inspired master suite is going to blow your mind.
Drumroll, please. We’re pretty excited over here at Flynnside Out about our very own Brian Patrick Flynn designing the 2015 HGTV Urban Oasis in Asheville, North Carolina. Check out all the rooms in this remodeled bungalow, especially this a classic black and white kitchen. It’s bold and bright, yet still manages to be warm and welcoming- kinda like you.
From designer-worthy to party ready, we’ve got eight completely different ways to freshen up your coffee table — no matter the season
From vintage collections to simple DIY art, check out these creative ways to dress up the big, empty space above your living room sofa
Remember how, in the movie Sliding Doors, the life of blonde Gwyneth Paltrow was way different than that of brunette Gwyneth Paltrow, even though everything was virtually the same from the neck down? That’s what’s happening here. Small changes, from accessories to color palettes, breathe new life into these spaces
Remember the dreaded verbal analogy section on the SAT? Try this one on for size: What Barbies are to little girls’ playdates, the bed is to any bedroom. Hint: From mini skirts to throw pillows, it’s all about the clothes.
A home with an open floor plan can be an absolute dream. It can also be like applying for a job that requires degrees in Finance, Graphic Design, Chemistry, Economics, Engineering, Microbiology and Spanish.
The Dolly Parton of dining spaces, this Hollywood Hills room is “one part country, all parts feminine.” Punctuated by cheery, hot pink gingham fabric, the traditional elements of this space render it the West Coast version of a southern sorority reunion.
Just a risqué storyline short of being titled 50 Shades of Teal, this room bursts with bold, blue hues from floor to ceiling. Designed with the iGrowth of tweens and teens in mind, this space is teeming with features that are as gadget-friendly as they are durable.
Shag. Nautical. Vinyl. Peacock. In this quick tour of Brian’s Hollywood Hills abode, adjectives fit for a Studio 54 after party breathe personality and life into his West Coast digs.
While new construction homes are a great alternative to historic properties which require remodeling, their contractor-grade bathrooms often leave much to the imagination. When a jet-setting bachelor turned to interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn to rid his cheesy master bathroom of its dated style, he reinvented it as a classic, timeless, all black and white retreat. One that even has a ginormous French chandelier right smack in the center of the space.
If David Beckham is reincarnated as a master bedroom, there’s a bloody good chance it will look a lot like this. In a master suite designed for a busy marketing executive, elements of a Men’s Wearhouse catalog harmoniously clash with classic–and sometimes feminine–touches for a space as dapper as a 1960s dopp kit.
Mr. Brian Patrick Flynn transforms his dark and dingy deck into a happy hangout for the whole family.
When hgtv.com asked for a super soft and muted wintry guest room as part of their 2014 Holiday House project, we thought safety yellow, fire engine red and pitch black seemed like a perfect fit. Just kidding. We went with fluorescent green. OR perhaps powder blue and white.
With soaring ceilings and generous square footage, the great room of this traditional-style two-story Atlanta house is packed with soft color, rustic texture, a play on scale and a smart furniture plan.
One day Brian woke up and said, “No one really ever uses lavender for Christmas. This is an outrage and it must be fixed!” And now the entire 2014 HGTV Holiday House project is wrapped in lavender.
The unfinished basement of a classic Atlanta bungalow gets a major overhaul with a mix of rough, reclaimed elements and stylish, soft furnishings.
Brian Patrick Flynn outfits his rustic cabin deck with modern outdoor furnishings and a dash of glamorous decor to create a distinctive dining area at his Blue Ridge mountain home.
Short and sweet: When you do a “theme” room, you are pretty much committing interior design murder. Since when did kids rooms and parties become 100% about branded characters or elaborate Elizabethan era reenactments? Sick of the same old, same old princess and pirate mumbo jumbo? Try creating a kid’s room parents can enjoy just as much by simply playing up color, texture and pattern. Like this one. Or don’t, what do we care? We are not the boss of you.
Brian, originally from South Florida, reworked a small deck outside his north Georgia mountain house into a masculine, modern, media-packed masterpiece. And while he’s masterful with a remote, figuring out how to use a fireplace, well that’s an entirely different story. Oh well; you can take the boy out of South Florida, but you can’t take South Florida out of the boy.
You know the old saying “once you have a baby your life will never be the same”? Well, it’s true… to a point. You can, however, continue to be the gracious host you’ve always been IF you opt for a Nursery/Guest Bedroom combo like the one our very own Brian Patrick Flynn designed for new parents Sarah and John.
Formal dining rooms: Who needs ’em in the day and age of open floor plans? While a more casual way of life has become the norm for new construction homes, owners of older, more historic properties with walled-off dining rooms don’t necessarily wanna put on their Sunday best to serve up spaghetti. Take a look at how we packed the formal living room of the 2014 HGTV Spring House with high style that’s also carefree and casual.
Bigger isn’t always better. Well, in the case of bank accounts, I guess bigger is always better, but in other cases, like a living room’s square footage, it ain’t all that. To make the most out of the modestly sized formal living room of the 2014 HGTV Spring House, we gave it new life with a light and airy palette, lots of reflective finishes and a smart space plan.
2007: The super-formal, super-saturated Hollywood Regency-inspired interior decorating trend. 2014: The pendulum swings in the opposite direction, and casual, coastal spaces are all the rage. In the bedroom of the 2014 HGTV Spring House, we went all coastal and casual, but put a springy twist on color, using a lollapalooza of pastels.
Outdoor entertaining in the winter? No. Outdoor entertaining in the swamp during summertime? Hell no. Outdoor entertaining in the middle of spring? Yes. Using poppy pastels and light and airy accents, take a look at how we put together backyard brunch perfectly fit for Easter egg season.
As the sun begins to shine and barren trees start turning pink and yellow, why not put your outdoor space to good use? To spruce up the outdoor dining space of the 2014 HGTV Spring House, we added outdoor drapes, tons of low-maintenance plants and, of course, pastels. Check it.
Sofas, area rugs and pillows outside? Comfy ones? Yep! Although short on space, we packed the back deck of the 2014 HGTV Spring House with tons of cozy seating, plush pillows and punchy color, making it the most popular spot in the house from spring through summer.
New construction great rooms…WTF? Extra tall ceilings and ample space to spread out are both great attributes and all, but what’s up with all these niches, jut-outs and silly excuses for fireplace mantels? From a jaw dropping floor-to-ceiling fireplace remodel and olive green walls to classic window coverings and a custom walnut mantel, see how Brian transformed a not-so-great Atlanta great room into a timeless, transitionally styled showstopper.
There’s a saying which goes like this, “Big things come in small packages.”, and that saying is a crock of $@#&. Well, at least when creepy, cramped cabins are involved. Brian teamed up with Hayneedle to overhaul the ridiculously small and stupid main floor bonus room of his mountain house into a Western-inspired place to work and unwind. Also, pea green is involved.
You know those grownup types famous for questionable hair styles and sporting mystery trends, things they thought were cool in their high school years, but really weren’t? Yeah, this varsity-inspired baby shower is not for those people. From the clever repurposing of 1970s lunch boxes and an unexpected use of megaphones and varsity letters, take a look at this pep-rally-licious baby shower produced for diynetwork.
Baby showers, they’re often as much fun as root canals! Let’s see, there’s usually lots of awkward silence, a blasé use of blue for boys and pink for girls, oil-and-water-like separation between co-workers and lifelong friends, and, of course, the painful, slower-than-molasses opening of gifts. FAIL. Mix it up, y’all!
Isn’t steampunk style just the most? Wait, WTF is steampunk? Don’t feel left out; we preppy TV production folks didn’t know about this remarkably awesome turn-of-the-century-slash-Victorian-era subculture either. But now we do, and so we threw a colorless, texture-packed, all-things-vintage-Victorian-and-machine-age baby shower for an expectant couple of super cool ladymoms. Get your steampunk on HERE.
Interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn is not a fan of contractor-grade kitchens. Remodeling expert Laurie March can’t stand when kitchens fail to unleash their hidden potential. That’s why these two teaming up for a high-low kitchen renovation for hgtvremodels.com was definitely a good idea. See, look.
Kitchen renovations can end in divorce, deplete savings accounts and cause children to hate their parents. Well, not really, but kinda. Determined to whip a decades-old kitchen and breakfast nook area into shape without any major remodeling or construction costs and on a timeline of just two days, designer Brian Patrick Flynn pulled out all the designer tricks. The result? A midcentury masterpiece low in cost and high with personality and style. Here, see for yourselves.
When most design enthusiasts think of rustic mountain homes, they’re likely to picture spaces filled with pine paneling and floors, heavy wooden furnishings and gigantic stuffed animals (dead, furry ones shot with guns, then horrifyingly hung as decor). Well, this is not the case in Brian Patrick Flynn’s world.
Here is a pretty little rhyme: There once was a home office that sucked, and now it doesn’t suck anymore thanks to a massive layering of metallics. The end. [not the best rhyme in history, but it pretty much serves its purpose]
You wanna know one type of interior almost everyone has an opinion about (mostly negative ones) on the Internet? All-white rooms. Oh sure, we’ve heard that they’re impractical, sterile, a disaster for real-life situations, hospital-like or even void of soul, but they’re actually way more complex and layered than you’d think. Take a look at this white-on-white bedroom that, regardless if you love it or hate it, really experiments with the idea of going all-white, from the walls and furniture, to the flooring and accessories.
Getting stuck in rural mountain community didn’t turn out so well for the cast of Deliverance, did it? Well, should those Oscar-winning actors have been stranded at designer Brian Patrick Flynn’s cabin in Northern Georgia, the plot may have been more like Soul Food and less like Misery. See the amazing dining room transformation of Brian’s mountain house right here, y’all.
The master bathroom of a Hollywood Hills townhouse is now as camera-ready as its writer-producer tenants. Take a look at how designer Brian Patrick Flynn and carpenter Michael Forbes used a mix of reclaimed materials, easy-to-install cork floors and high-energy color to get a rundown space remodeled and ready for its closeup.
Plaid. Pinstripe. Check. Americana. From patterns, textures and tailoring, here’s a rundown on different ways to add a menswear touch to any space.
Is baby blue too cliche for your baby boy’s room? Is princess pink too pedestrian for your sassy little stylista? Well, how about going all neutral in your nursery? A classic mix of taupe and black create an understated space for a little boy to grow into.
Bachelor bedrooms used to be excellent fodder for comedy. Not anymore. As more and more men take an interest in their own interiors, it’s becoming apparent that decorating and femininity aren’t mutually exclusive. From its red, white and blue palette to geometric prints and classic wingback seating, take a look at this master bedroom made for a man with style.
Whoever said, “Blue and green should never be seen.” should probably be eaten by a dinosaur or a polar bear. After living in a lackluster Melrose District apartment for three years, motion picture marketing pro Chris Lok gave designer Brian Patrick Flynn free reign of his Los Angeles living room. The outcome? A lounge-like spot to kick back and watch screeners, trailers and full-length features…surrounded by bold shades of…you guessed it, blue and green.
Quick and to the point: This tiny powder room used to suck, and now it doesn’t. From a bold palette and a quick flooring fix, check out how this forgotten space was affordably updated in a single weekend.
Sometimes designing for the sexes is very hard, and interior designers find themselves in the middle of knock-down-drag-out disputes involving leather sofas and the relevance of pillows. But not in this case. Known for his use of menswear fabrics applied in gender-neutral ways, interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn was hired to give a young family’s great room a tailored, playful look using men’s fashion fabrics, kid-friendly touches and an All-American color scheme.
Ever notice how interior designers manage to make a bunch of mismatched stuff look great? Well, that rings true especially when it comes to art. In order to add personality to the expansive entry way of a Knoxville house, designer Brian Patrick Flynn created a floor-to-ceiling gallery mixing old and new with high and low.
Nowadays, meteorologist Rob Marciano is more likely to forecast a 75% chance of Jennifer Lawrence wearing Prada than actual weather conditions. Say what? After a huge career shift from a CNN anchor slash weather dude, the handsome smartypants headed west for a sweet new gig as co-host of Entertainment Tonight. Who better than to whip his on-the-set office into shape than our very own West Coast designer Brian Patrick Flynn. Check it.
Boys, especially brothers, tend to fight a lot. Stick them in the same 10-foot-by-12-foot room and you’ve got a disaster waiting to happen 24/7. Stick them in a wisely remodeled, spacious attic packed with custom-designed, space-saving solutions and you may have a pair of boys who actually enjoy each other. Take a look at how the Flynnside Out team turned a dark, dated attic into a bright and airy space for brothers to sleep and play, surrounded by classic midcentury touches.
Flimsy green stackable chairs, be gone! Outdoor furniture has come a long way since the hardware store specials of the 1980s. To whip his side yard into shape, interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn used modern furnishings and a unique palette of gray, brown and violet to honor the midcentury architecture of his house, but with a totally unique spin on color.
Aw, your little girl is growing up, how cute! That means pretty soon she’ll spend three hours a day in front of the mirror and the rest will be dedicated to texting! No more time for you…unless you win her over with a room refresh. That being said, and with 21 hours per week devoted to hair and makeup, why not whip your tween’s powder room into shape so it’s as cool as she is?
Sometimes stylish people get married, buy houses, gets pets, have kids, run out of time to do their hair or buy new clothes, and then they are no longer stylish. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Take a look at this Culver City family room that’s as cool and colorful as the young family that lives in it.
From old school lunches to dirty socks, it can be scary delving into the depths of a boy’s closet. Well, unless you design the hell out of it with clever ready-made storage options meant for the garage or tool shed. Check out how a nine-year-old’s cluttered reach-in closet was reinvented as a cool, industrial spot to stash sports equipment, clothes and books.
You love your pet, but you DO NOT love little paw prints all over that new sofa. Not a problem… Team Flynnside’s pet bed/occasional table is not only a completely cool conversation piece – it’s WAAAAYY cheaper than reupholstering a sofa. Bonus- those little “paw prints” will love it.
After featuring endless designer spaces in Rue Magazine, the lifestyle publication’s editor-in-chief Crystal Gentilello Palecek designed her own California home blending masculine and feminine styles.
Tweens can be extremely opinionated, especially when it comes to important topics like hair styles, fashion, and Justin Bieber. When the parents of eleven-going-on-twenty year old Zoe Kon asked us to re-do her room, we weren’t sure what to expect. Luckily, Zoe was anything but the average pre-teen girl, and simply wanted us to use her favorite color, green, in our design. As part of HGTV Remodels’ Psychology of Color package, the Flynnside Out design and production team layered shades of green to create the bedroom of this tween’s dreams.
“Big City” apartment living doesn’t have to cramp your style. Yeah, we know it’s easy to stall out on design inspiration when you’re living out of a shoebox, but with a little imagination and some reclaimed materials you can easily create a welcoming spot to quietly relax or swirl cocktails with friends on the weekends. HGTV Designer Dan Faires and wife Dasha’s inviting NYC apartment proves simple DIY upgrades, clever space planning and an easy mix of masculine/feminine décor can give a small space BIG style.
Handsome young artist Aaron Foster is known for his wall sculptures made entirely from vintage license plates. After relocating to Boulder, Co. from Los Angeles, the part-time interior designer reinvented his great room into an industrial-chic live/work space in which to create and display his one-of-a-kind creations.
You know how the juicing trend (throwing tons of fruits and veggies in a blender and seeing what tastes good) started in California, then made its way over to the East Coast? Yeah, that’s kinda like the way interior designer Scott Laslie approached the redesign of his San Francisco apartment, but backwards.
You know what they say about people with small decks… Um, they don’t ever use them. They might put a table out there, or even a plant, but it typically ends up being a total waste of space. Such was the case when we met LA couple Greg and Mariette. The Flynnside Out design and production team was able to turn their lackluster 8×10 deck into a color-packed, fully functional outdoor living space. Turns out size doesn’t really matter.
These days if you’re not doing three or four things at once, you’re probably taking a nap. Smart people and smart SPACES always make multi-tasking look easy. Team Flynnside’s Brian Patrick Flynn transformed a busy family’s modest NYC living room into a personal, cozy space that’s part guest room/ part playroom/part media room and ALL heart.
Guys, your bachelor status does not give you free reign to have bad taste in décor. You don’t need a woman in your life or unlimited funds to have a stylish home. See: sales exec Chris Staub. With a few design suggestions from the Flynnside Out team, his generic high rise condo evolved into a perfectly sophisticated yet masculine bachelor pad.
Designing a room that meets the standards of a picky tween can be quite the challenge. We were totally inspired by writer and stylist Amy Flurry who turned to family heirlooms and vintage finds when decorating bedrooms for daughter Camille and son Ellis. Bottom line? It’s all about the cool factor. So we’re giving you a peek into some seriously awesome rooms, plus offering up a few tricks to designing a space that’s totally tween-approved.
Designers love working with color, but homeowners typically shy away from using shades that are particularly loud, dark, or unexpected. So of course we were super excited to see that creative professionals Justine Rubin and Robin Finch played with lots of bold, bright hues in the remodel of their newly-purchased mid-century-modern ranch home.
You work hard. You deserve that corner office… In the meantime, a customized HOME office can be a great incentive for synergy, productivity and team building. We were really fired up to help TV Exec Daysun Perkins and wife Alison score functional finds and affordable accents.
If the idea of using bold color in your kitchen makes you break out into hives then it’s time you simmer down, take an antihistamine and check out this fab gray kitchen Flynnside’s Brian Patrick Flynn designed for his own home. From its brilliant use of pattern and texture, to clever cost cutting finishes – this kitchen is as gorgeous as it is functional.
What’s better than al fresco dining on a gorgeous day? Doing it every day from the comfort of your own home, and I don’t mean throwing down a picnic blanket in the backyard. We’re talking a full-fledged outdoor dining room, place mats and all. The Flynnside Out production and design team descended upon a young LA family’s drab yard and turned it into an incredibly chic and totally usable dining area with a view. Sunshine free of charge.
You heard it here first: Paint is OUT, people. There’s a new way to cover your walls, and we’re not talking about wallpaper. The Flynnside Out design and production team is obsessed with using a favorite fabric as your go-to wallcovering. Sounds like a lot of work, right? It’s actually way easier than you think…pinky swear.
Let’s face it: A six-year-old boy may love dinosaurs today, then KAZAM! His T-Rex gets hit with overnight extinction and is quickly replaced with plastic ninjas. When we transformed savvy six-year-old Mino Kon’s Los Angeles bedroom from a hot mess into a haute hang out space, we bucked themes and trends altogether, instead turning to color for inspiration.
For production design coordinator and full-time education student Crystal Hopkins, color isn’t just a passion, it’s business. “I’d say about half of my work in production design is focused on color values,” she says. “The way hues and tints read through a lens is totally different than in real life.”
Our motto is: A picture-perfect dining room table doesn’t always include eight identical chairs. We spend a lot of time at estate sales and flea markets around here, and our team is always coming across cool dining room chairs. So we thought it might be fun to paint and reupholster some of them to create an eclectic yet totally cohesive dining room table. With a keen eye at yard sales and a few simple steps, you can easily create a table that’s sure to wow at your next dinner party – we promise!
Airy, light, open, serene…those are just a few of the adjectives you’d use to describe your ideal yoga studio. So when child-actress-turned-yoga-instructor Ashley Bothwell came to the Flynnside Out design and production team in hopes we’d be able to turn her dingy, dark wood-paneled attic space into a bright, peaceful home studio, we realized we had a tough project on our hands.
Living in a big city is amazing- there’s no lack of art, culture and opportunity… What it is lacking? SPACE. You have to make the most of every inch and a little designer input goes a long way. The Flynnside Design Team worked closely with NYC couple Brianna and Buzz to maximize their 700 square foot loft. From steering them toward multi-tasking furniture and accessories to utilizing designer tricks that fool the eye, Brian Patrick Flynn proved small can be spectacular.
If your kitchen peaked a few decades ago, don’t worry. We love a good comeback! Our own Brian Patrick Flynn decided to help a frustrated homeowner stir things up in her dated, cramped kitchen by adding more functional space and lightening up the color palette.
If your kitchen is about as exciting as a bowl of lukewarm steel-cut oatmeal then perhaps it’s time to spice things up? The Flynnside Out Design Team took Melissa Layton’s functional but blah kitchen and put a fresh contemporary spin on it with bold color, mod patterns and clever DIY nautical accents. The space is packed with ideas that will instantly give your kitchen a delicious new look!
You don’t have to be a lawn mower to enjoy hanging out in a garden shed. Especially one that’s been re-designed for entertaining and has a better view than most high rise condos. We appreciate the vision Atlanta physician Wes Hoke and his partner Cameron Watkins had when re-imagining their dilapidated shed. With a love of the outdoors and enthusiasm for good design these two were able to transform a shabby out building into a stylish, spectacular living space full of potential. Way to grow, guys!
Back in the day, you insisted on the 64 crayon box with the built-in sharpener. We get it… You aren’t afraid to mix it up when it comes to color- and the more options, the better. Now settle down and check out designer Brian Patrick Flynn’s unexpected color pairings that everyone will love.
When Stylist Alison Deyette needed a client-friendly dressing area that could also function as a guestroom she realized she needed a little help, so our own Brian Patrick Flynn provided a much needed design-assist. By adding tailored touches and glamorous accessories, they were able to transform an awkward storage room into a stylish, functional space perfect for clients and guests, alike.
Newsflash: dingy basements don’t have to be scary. We love what California Designer Michelle Workman did with her home’s dated game room. Michelle’s signature style is all about Hollywood Glamour and she definitely brings that home in her light filled home studio.
From those cute little booties to ridiculously priced car seats- kids outgrow everything in the blink of an eye. Even more reason to create a nursery that works long after your little guy is out of diapers and obsessed with your iPad.
Sick of pumpkins? Us too. Here are other ways to add Halloween flair to your porch without going all jack-o-lantern and stuff.
Old and creepy can be kinda cool when set in the right location, like a mansion or in a theme park. Add a creepy-chic look to your porch this Halloween with this gauzy drapery idea.
Wreaths, they’re not just for Christmas anymore. And while many holiday wreaths tend to be all cute and happy, not these wreaths. They’re straight-up all, “I’m Halloween and I’m creepy and dark and stuff.”