Influenced by boutique hotel, The Tides South Beach, designer David Bromstad gives a living /dining room a breath of fresh air with a beachy elegant design. Using a neutral palette with pops of color, the space is updated with new flooring, a custom build in desk and a vertical stripe wall treatment.
Designer David Bromstad gets medieval in a traditional master bedroom and bath makeover inspired by a Ancient Spanish Monastery. Custom bedding, a faux wall finish, and stone feature wall makes this room a sanctuary.
Designer David Bromstad takes cues from STK Miami restaurant's sleek design, in a modern masculine bedroom makeover. Neutral colors, organic shaped furniture paired with a custom mahogany feature wall gives this bedroom a crisp modern look.
The unique modern design of the Bacardi Building, a Miami landmark, serves as inspiration for a dining room makeover. Designer David Bromstad creates drama with bold pieces on a simple backdrop, including custom mosaic panels, a 13-foot long yellow upholstered couch and pink French bulldog paintings.
Inspired by the iconic Biltmore Hotel at Coral Gables, designer David Bromstad designs a grand traditional living/dining room with Miami flair. This large barren room comes to life with multiple furniture groupings, applied moldings, built in bookshelves, and custom oversized wing chairs.
Designer David Bromstad extends the Asian motif of South Beach, Miami's The Setai hotel to a small office space. Grass cloth wallpaper, zebra wood moldings, and sliding doors fuse beauty and function in this Zen home office space.
The tropical color palette from Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden inspires designer David Bromstad to create a traditional living room and sunroom with an exciting twist. This fresh approach to traditional design features applied moldings, built-in mantelshelves, custom silk drapes, and pink vinyl upholstered chairs.
In this updated traditional bedroom, inspired by Miami's historic estate, the Villa Woodbine, designer David Bromstad outfits the room with a traditional headboard, mirrored side tables, upholstered chairs, and flanks a wall with a mirror installation to give a collected over time look.
In a dramatic home theater makeover, designer David Bromstad incorporates the opulent motif of Miami's historic Olympia Theatre at the Gusman Center for Performing Arts. The space is outfitted with custom couches, panel molding, and glamorous chandeliers and sconces.
Designer David Bromstad introduces the drama from the W Hotel in Fort Lauderdale to a living, dining room, kitchen combo makeover. A hand-painted wall treatment of vertical stripes, floor to ceiling clothespin columns and a custom green glass chandelier bring this space to life.
Designer David Bromstad designs a guest house/ home office inspired by Miami steak house Prime One Twelve. A traditional eclectic aesthetic is achieved with a re-imagination of wainscoting, a Murphy Bed, aluminum chair and light fixtures.
Designer David Bromstad designs a beach cottage living room inspired by Miami boutique restaurant and hotel Casa Tua. Included, a ceiling treatment, custom bookshelves and slip covered chairs.
Designer David Bromstad draws Asian contemporary inspiration from Miami's Mandarin oriental hotel. Includes: Bamboo wall installation and walnut wood accents through out.
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