November 11, 2012 in Features

An autumnal nursery designed by Brian Patrick Flynn with ceramic animal hooks for infant clothing in the Brooklyn borough of New York. The hooks add storage space and decorative flair, while making sure favorite outfits get used before the baby grows out of them.

A covered porch area designed by Brian Patrick Flynn displays hooks that create additional storage space on the exterior of a house in Los Angeles. In warmer climates, the hooks allow for easy access to hoodies or sweaters when it gets chilly outside.

A seasonal storage space and a sleeping space for pets created out of a piece of furniture by designer Brian Patrick Flynn. Flynn takes a used dresser from a flea market (often a highboy with four or six drawers) then removes the bottom two drawers to create an open lounge space for pets complete with a removable cushion and then uses the drawers for storing seasonal items.