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Josh Flagg Shares a New Look Inside His Luxurious Dining Room (PHOTO)
The Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles agent offered a peek at his elegant home decor.
The name Josh Flagg is synonymous with Beverly Hills-style opulence. And if you need proof, just peek inside the super agent's dining room. The Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles cast member recently posted a photo of the glossy, chandelier-clad space in his home. And in case you're curious, the room is looking as impeccable as ever.
It's no secret where Josh gets his luxurious style sense. In the clip above, he takes BravoTV.com through his favorite-ever home, which is the one he grew up in. "More is more," he says, describing the abode's overall aesthetic. One of the spaces he shows off is his parents' formal dining room. It features a Tony Duquette screen, which has six panels illustrated with a painting of the Venice Canal. The room also has custom, jade-green wallpaper with a dainty green print, a crystal chandelier, and panthers made from Murano glass. Now, wait until you see Josh's current dining room.
See inside Josh Flagg's dining room
In a recent Instagram Story, Josh shared a photo of a beautiful arrangement of red roses. "Just got these most beautiful magnificent roses delivered to me," he wrote. He'd positioned the flowers at the center of his dining room table, and they popped against the green, lacquered tabletop.
The snapshot also offered a look at Josh's glass chandelier, chairs with emerald-green backs, and oversized artwork. Sunlight poured through the room's glass door, which appeared to open out onto a lush patio. And of course, Josh's famous china collection was on display.
In the past, the Los Angeles native has opened up about his fondness for fine china. In his April 2 Instagram Stories, Josh wrote, “My idea of a fun Sunday is organizing china patterns.” Josh showed off his table, which was all set for his organizing duties.
The table was set with gold-rimmed plates, ornate silverware, and dainty drinking vessels with etched patterns, gold rims, or green glass accents. Josh had taken careful notes on the collection, and bits of paper scrawled with his findings also appeared on the tabletop. “I really need to get a life,” the agent captioned one photo.
Josh's fascination with china began when he was a kid. When his grandmother Margie passed away in 2020, he wrote a beautiful 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?”