Showroom 58, Atlanta Georgia
Atlanta-born designer Bryan Kirkland has been creating interiors since he was in this twenties. Always a creative spirit, he started out doing Visuals for Rich’s Department Store and soon graduated to interiors of homes. His schooling has been self-taught with mentors along the way. From working with Bloomingdales Interior Design from Washington to Miami, having his own company in Miami and Fort Lauderdale and finally coming back to Atlanta, his designs reflect the knowledge and creativeness of residing in communities rich with architecture and design. Being in Atlanta has brought much notoriety from his showroom, Maison Atlanta on the West Side to his design offices on East Paces Ferry Road. Maison Atlanta was a retail store full of rich color and designs that truly was like visiting a show house and seeing the ever changing style that he can produce. Moving to East Paces, Kirkland created a bungalow office that most everyone recognized when driving past. Now having relocated to ADAC (Atlanta Decorative Arts Center), he continues showcase his personal style through SHOWROOM 58. You can now see how his creative genius has grown.
SHOWROOM 58 is a To The Trade showroom, while also offering interior design services through FIFTYEIGHT Interiors. Now you too can come to ADAC, see his showroom and enjoy a full array of beautifully crafted and selected pieces to complement your home. From the 20 lines they offer in the showroom to the additional 60 they have in the interior design company, you can have he and his team of designers select your home furnishings, lighting, rugs, art work and accessories. They can also help with a renovation, new build or help you find a new home. The possibilities are endless.
Kirkland’s style is reflected in whatever his clients desire. From traditional to contemporary, he is known for his flavor of color and pattern. Whether you desire a neutral backdrop or a huge splash of color, he can create the home you can only dream about. His personal home is set to a mid-century vibe with tones of white and black and splashes of color.
Bryan can be seen around his neighborhood, Lavista Park, walking with his husband Erik Hedrick and his gaggle of four pugs.