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Josh Flagg Shows What a “Fun Sunday” Looks Like at His House
The MDLLA agent shared a look at his weekend activity, confessing, “I really need to get a life.”
Josh Flagg’s definition of Sunday Funday may not match yours — unless you have a thing for dainty egg cups. In his April 2 Instagram Stories, the Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles agent confessed, “My idea of a fun Sunday is organizing china patterns.”
This isn’t the first time Josh has opened up about his fondness for china. In 2020, the superagent moved into a new house in Beverly Hills and shared photos of his newly stocked china cabinet. “Nothing gives me more pleasure than china,” he said back then.
And if you’re wondering where Josh gets his china, his 2020 Stories gave a hint. He showed off a closet filled with china boxes from Christofle, Ralph Lauren, and Hermès.
In his recent Instagram Stories, the Los Angeles native shared a look at his tabletop as he performed his Sunday organizing duties. The table was arranged with gold-rimmed plates, ornate silverware, and dainty drinking vessels with etched patterns, gold rims, or green glass accents.
It seems that Josh had taken careful notes on the collection, as bits of paper scrawled with ink also appeared on the tabletop. “I really need to get a life,” the agent captioned one snap.
Josh has previously shared that his interest in china began when he was a kid. When his grandmother Margie passed away in 2020, he wrote a touching tribute to his “queen.” In part, Josh’s Instagram post read:
“This woman lived life more than anyone else I ever met. Lox and bagels at Hillcrest and sneaking through her closets at the Wilshire and stealing pieces of Tortoise and Blue and White Vases, which by the way meant she gave me and told me not to tell my mom or aunt. It is still shocking to me that my mother did not know I was gay. What other 8 year old is interested in collecting Imari China?”
In the clip above, Josh offers a tour of his parents’ house — and it’s clear that they have a penchant for gorgeous china too. While showing off the kitchen, Josh stops in front of a clear glass display cabinet. “All the china and dishes and everything is displayed, which is really cool because most people like to hide that stuff,” he says. “But I think it looks great.”
Check out the clip to see the cabinet and the rest of the Flagg family’s fabulous home.