The Brothers Brown, whose parents are residential developers, seem to have an instinct for the business. "Our parents instilled in us a respect for our environment, the belief that there is beauty all around us. Traveling is one of the most important ways we find inspiration. We believe in juxtaposing a mixture of modern and clean lines . Our best work comes when we are able to combine the client's personal needs and style with our own instincts." Their work reflects their philosophy perfectly. The result is a look that is both classic and modern, with touches from far away lands. I sincerely hope that Bravo will produce another season of the show so that we can see a little more of Jeff's craziness and Ryan's beautiful work.
Queens Road, Ryan's former residence was featured on Flipping Out. I love the laterns in place of a traditional chandelier.
Foyer at Queens Road
Queens Road Kitchen
Nottingham- Ryan sold his house before Jeff did and the prize was living in this beautiful 1920's Spanish style house which they had restored.
Nottingham Dining Room. I love the color of the walls and the ceiling medallion.
The guys use these great sink fixtures in a lot of their houses.
Nichols Canyon - The over all look of this house is very prep meets Palm Springs.
Hancock Park - A more traditional approach was taken in this home.
Beverly Hills- Modern Glam Dining Room
Coffee table in a house in the Hollywood Hills
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