Friday Five With Brian Patrick Flynn

NKBA K+B Insider Brian Patrick Flynn is an Atlanta, Georgia based interior designer, production designer, and set decorator. The as soon as complete-time television producer discovered his adore of designing residential interiors, rapidly gaining a following and an impressive portfolio to boot. Hunting to merge his television past with his burgeoning style profession, Flynn launched his own production organization, Flynnside Out Productions, which does everything from home makeovers, DIY projects, weddings, showers, and renovations. On the side, you can even spot him contributing to, exactly where he’s also a featured designer. This week, Flynn shares a mix of intriguing places and folks exactly where he finds inspiration for his Friday 5.

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1. Reykjavik, Iceland
Reykjavik, Iceland is my favored city on the planet. There are so many unforgettable things about it unlike something else in the world: row houses and roofs covered in super bold colors, from kelly green and electric blue to sunshine yellow and fire engine red beautiful black and white murals painted along the sides of buildings—and then the humpback whales breaching in the water. There’s really no explanation to ever feel about locking your doors.

Photo by Daniel J. Collopy

two. Rose Bowl Flea Industry
My favorite place to shop is the Rose Bowl Flea Marketplace in Pasadena, CA. Though I’ve relocated from the Hollywood Hills of Los Angeles back to Atlanta, I still have all of my furnishings from my residence in LA. Fairly a lot the entire living room was sourced on Saturday mornings amongst 6:30am and 9am.

3. Chris Burkard’s Instagram
Adventure photographer Chris Burkard’s Instagram feed is something I can’;t reside without. I even have alerts on my telephone that tell me when Chris has posted a new image. The purpose I have turn out to be such a globetrotter myself (I travel about 8 months of the year all over the planet) has to do with how brilliantly he captures far away places most folks would never ever consider going simply because they’re not warm and all about the beach. He goes to Greenland and Iceland and Finland and Russia and the Faroe Islands and discovers the most stunning scenery that doesn’t even look like it could exist on this planet.

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4. Caleb Anderson
The gorgeous interior style operate of Caleb Anderson with New York City-based design firm Drake + Anderson genuinely inspires me. Caleb is a total classicist but he puts things together in this remarkably pared-back and unexpected manner, which is a best testament to the art of expert editing. A lot of times I look at Caleb’s projects and really feel I learn a lot from them.

Photo by Christina Wedge

5. Greenland
As an interior designer, I’m continuously intrigued by the arctic island country of Greenland. It is almost uninhabitable due to its super rough terrain, jagged, rocky surfaces and the fact that 80% of its land is covered by an ice sheet. Yet, by means of wise style, Greenlanders inhabit it by setting up flat-packed kit homes on stilts that have formed small fishing villages coast to coast. And to make things cheery for the duration of the harsh gray winters, they’ve painted the homes in super vibrant main colors, which also identifies the professions of each and every homeowner, numerous becoming ecologists, hunters or educators.