Designer David Bromstad captures the essence of the Miami Seaquarium in a formal living dining room makeover. David unifies the tranquility of the ocean with traditional decor, with a floor to ceiling fireplace with build-in bookshelves, a subtle vertical stripe wall treatment, along with beachy inspired accessories.
Designer David Bromstad brings the formal, yet rustic, feel of Miami Beach's Cecconi's restaurant in a contemporary french country living/dining room makeover. David combines contemporary and French country aesthetics with a vertical stripe wall treatment, panel molding, an upholstered settee, and built-in bookshelves.
Designer David Bromstad goes Hollywood by making over the first floor of a house based on The Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn. Inspired by the natural forest scenery in the movie, David mixes organic with a modern aesthetic with a custom log installation, a moss flocked mirror, a dramatic glass chandelier, and 35 faux animal heads. And one very special guest shows up to surprise the homeowners!
Contemporary living room inspired by the New World Symphony in Miami Beach. Designer David Bromstad creates a contemporary entertainment space with a stunning frosted LED acrylic bar, sparkly atomic stars, a mirror grouping, and mid-century furnishings.
Designer David Bromstad models a living room based the remarkable design of a historic mansion in Palm Beach. The Flagler Museum is very ornate and rich in detail, so David figures out a way to simplify it for the Colonial style home of his clients. The homeowners are totally on board with David's plan to flank the walls with custom tufted upholstered panels, but admit to being afraid of too much color. David has a few pieces of their existing furniture re-upholstered in neutral tones, but then he adds bold pops of red throughout. Will it be too much for these traditional clients?
Designer David Bromstad's clients know what they want to see in their family room: a mix of Old Florida-style and contemporary design. The room has a beautiful view of their backyard pool, but it's a difficult space to lay out because of all of the windows and arched doorways in the room. But David is able to conceive of a great design after being inspired by the charm of Coconut Grove's Peacock Garden Cafe. By updating Old Old Florida-style in the cozy rom with a custom re-upholstered couch, a two-tone wood feature wall installation, and pops of green that brings the outdoors in, David is hoping he has fulfilled all his client's wishes.
Designer David Bromstad plays with color and texture in a contemporary living/dining room makeover inspired by Miami's Design District. David wants to add a lot of life to this room, so he introduces texture with a dark stone feature wall. He compliments that wall by bringing in colorful furnishings including a custom orange settee, and a silver crocodile ottoman.
Designer David Bromstad faces one of his strangest design challenges yet: a living room/dining room makeover that's inspired by a parking garage in Miami Beach! Thankfully, this isn't any old garage -- it's a structure with striking architecture that's so beautiful, people have gotten married there. David's goal is to bring the same drama of that space to this living/dining area, and does so with an oversized hotel lobby chandelier, custom swinging chairs, and a ginormous framed mural.
Designer David Bromstad creates Zen-like retreat in a master bedroom makeover inspired by Coconut Grove's tropical garden The Kampong. David infuses Zen with contemporary design with mix matched bedroom furniture and a shoji screen inspired stone feature wall with a custom headboard.
Designer David Bromstad takes an eclectic contemporary approach for family room makeover based on a Miami furniture store. David fuses function and form in a contemporary loft like living room by creating separate spaces within the large room with a half circle couch, a custom upholstered chair, a stencil feature wall, and a dramatic chandelier.
How do you design a bedroom when the homeowners tell you your inspiration should be shade? That's the challenge given to designer David Bromstad. The home is a huge, unfurnished, blank canvas, and David translates darkness into black walls and a gorgeous, sophisticated design that is truly stunning, modern, cozy, and totally livable!
In one of his most high end designs yet, designer David Bromstad draws inspiration from Miami Beach and it's beautiful skyline. Taking the various Mediterranean and Asian building styles from the city, he creates a living and dining room that is truly one of a kind. He manages to mix the cultural styles and has a really unique way of introducing various materials like wood, onyx and metal!
Designer David Bromstad creates a stylishly weathered and traditional living room inspired by a winery. David unifies a nonfunctional living room by creating two lounge spaces with back to back couches, painting a neutral wall color, adding touches of dark wood, and a custom wine bottle installation.
Designer David Bromstad and his team of elves surprise some Color Splash fans from a former winery-inspired makeover and transform their home into a rustic winter wonderland. This family's youngest daughter has never seen snow so David is making her holiday wish come true by bringing in a snow covered forest of colorful trees, a wreath wall grouping, and hanging oversized ornaments straight from the North Pole. The entire first floor is blanketed in red, silver, and lime green shades that tie the rooms together and keep the whole look festive and sophisticated.
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