Season 9, Episode 4

Traditional Masculine Living/Dining Room for two Women

In one his strangest makeovers yet, designer David Bromstad creates a traditional design with a masculine vibe in a living and dining room makeover for two women. Their inspiration is the private dining club 'The Banker's Club' of Miami. David mixes the masculine decor from the club with feminine touches, complete with a custom wrap around couch, dark walls and lots of mirrors.
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