Renovating this mid century ranch in Atlanta into a light filled dream was a labor of love for designer Brian Patrick Flynn. Inspired by modern Nordic style and a huge art collection, the homeowners updated the interior to play up the original modern architectural details.
Lots of glass and vaulted ceilings give the ranch an open, inviting feeling, while a rich color palette and unique vintage finds add a cozy vibe, making it an inspiring place to play or work.
For the homeowner who likes to entertain, installing glass doors with easy access was a no-brainer. Now there’s an easy flow, and the breakfast nook versatile Tulip Table by mastermind Eero Saarinen, can transform into a brunch buffet or cocktail station when needed.
The trio of Bubble Lamps by mid century superstar George Nelson make a bold statement. Nelson is also behind the iconic Nelson Bench with an industrial vibe.
An Art Deco inspired light fixture and warm woods add sophistication and glamour to this lovely home office. Even if each piece is from a different period, due to similar wood tones, the overall look is unified. Helping the room feel brighter and larger, the homeowners chose to keep the mirrored closet doors.
In this master bedroom, the vibrant gallery wall is anchored with a huge painting by a local artist. The blue hues in this art piece were considered in the room’s paint color selection.
Neutral furniture, lamps and bed dressing were used like the white Eames Rocker to balance it out. This fiberglass rocker was designed by power duo Charles and Ray and Eames. They were also behind many icons like the sculptural Eames La Chaise, a masterpiece
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