Homeowners Jennifer and Jason Ricketts are desperate for a living room makeover, and the good news is they're not afraid of color! Host David Bromstad looks through their closets and the rest of their house where he finds tons of personality and color. He decides to base the design around the only color he didn't find in the house — bold red. The Color Splash team builds posts to separate the living room from the dining room and creates a warm, contemporary look with a lot of character.
Rob Roth and Rachelle Boucher are ready for a living room makeover. Host David Bromstad and his Color Splash team give them a modern Asian-inspired look. Using clues from around their house, including the color of their clothing, they find a color palette that appeals to both, and Bromstad proves that in design, the right colors can make all the difference.
Homeowners Tom and Shelly Kukuk have a traditional style that echoes through most their house, but the master bedroom is mostly one color and lacking any style of its own. Host David Bromstad uses Shelly's love of chocolate brown as his color inspiration, and the Color Splash team designs a room that incorporates classic elegance and a masculine touch to suit both of their styles.
The Color Splash team embarks on their most ambitious makeover yet, when they take on a disastrous living room. All the original furniture in the room was destroyed when the homeowners' pipes burst, but host David Bromstad and his team work hard to give them a brand new and much better replacement! Taking cues from their southwestern and woodsy-style accessories around the house, warm oranges, rust and reds form the background for this mountain lodge-style living room complete with wooden columns and stone facades.
Homeowners Alan and Alida Beilke have a bland white bedroom. Taking a cue from nature, host David Bromstad decides on a color palette that reflects the beauty of the trees and leaves right outside their bedroom door. Along with some classic design elements as well as modern graphic ones, Bromstad and the Color Splash team create a relaxing sanctuary that has elegance and style, and of course, a lot more color!
David and JoJo Hargis just bought a 100-year-old Victorian house in San Francisco. While they don't want to stray completely from the Victorian style, they want to find a way to incorporate modern elements into the dining room. Inspired by a stormy day at the beach, host David Bromstad creates a dramatic place to dine and his most favorite room yet!
Homeowners Anthony and Reina Pastor claim they have no style and are prepared to leave everything in host David Bromstad's hands for their living room/dining room makeover. When Bromstad goes shopping and finds a pillow with warm orange and brown tones, he settles on his color inspiration for the room.
Homeowners Rob Brass and Tina Vu have a classic home but don't know what to do with their living room. They're already prepared with magazine cutouts and pictures, so host David Bromstad sticks to the colors they've chosen, blues and chocolates, for his color inspiration. The Color Splash design team transforms the room, making the most of the original traditional construction and adding a modern twist.
Host David Bromstad and the Color Splash design team create an interesting and calming master bedroom using shades of neutral colors in different textures. A vine laundry basket and some curtain sheers are Bromstad's inspiration, giving him the idea to create layers of texture for the entire room.
Homeowners Mark and Suzie Weir live in a home inherited from Mark's parents, and it looks like they inherited most of their style along with it. They want the living room to feel more cozy and welcoming. Host David Bromstad uses chocolate browns, deep red accents and custom shelving to turn this un-cool living room into an ultra hip and cozy lounge.
Homeowner Chieko Kakihana knows exactly what she wants — French Country — and husband John Mundelius is happy to go along with it. With their style in mind, host David Bromstad starts with a mustard and blue rug and creates a bedroom worthy of a country home in Provénce.
David and the Color Splash team adds splashes of color and dramatic lighting to a large living room.
Homeowners Sam and Helen have a blank slate of a bedroom, and host David Bromstad knows exactly what to do with it — starting with color! After choosing shades of purple for the focal wall, Bromstad and his assistant Danielle Hirsch plan a style for the room — clean and contemporary with some Asian elements. By pairing the purple with black furniture and adding some orange accent colors, the result is a stunning transformation that leaves the homeowners speechless.
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