Designer David Bromstad incorporates the homeowner's heritage in a Cuban colonial family room makeover inspired by Cuban cigar shop. David uses plantation shutters with a tobacco leaf installation and cozy dark wood furnishings to achieve the look.
Designer David Bromstad takes an empty patio and turns it into Moroccan paradise inspired by Miami restaurant Tantra. David injects Moroccan flair with architectural arches, columns and a water feature.
Designer David Bromstad creates an Old World traditional game room above a garage space that's inspired by Miami Beach's Van Dyke cafe. David conquers the Old World feel with warm faux finished walls, a glass tile feature wall, a shadow box display case bar top, and of course a gaming table.
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.
Designer David Bromstad creates a tranquil spa-like retreat in a master bedroom. David brings the essence of Miami's Arsht Center to the space with custom bedside tables, floor to ceiling drapes and a custom light fixture.
Designer David Bromstad takes a huge bland living room and turns it into a modern Greek living/dining room with a touch of hot pink. David incorporates a coral stone feature wall and subtle Greek accessories, all inspired by Miami's culturally rich neighborhood Espanola Way.
Designer David Bromstad blends Mid-Century design with a touch of Bollywood in a living/dining room makeover. The dining area is defined with a custom lighting installation while a painted faux-brick feature wall defines the living room. He completes the look by adding fun and bright mid-century furnishings.
In a unique design challenge, designer David Bromstad has homeowners who want their living/dining room to be reminiscent of a classic horse ranch near their Miami home. David creates a beautiful design that is very Americana, combing elegnce with casual comfort. Plaid wallpaper, a custom banquette and neutral furnishings are just some of the tricks David has up his sleeve. He finishes the space with accessories that complete the Americana feel.
The contemporary design and openness of the Morristown Library in New Jersey serves as inspiration for a basement makeover. Designer David Bromstad uses clean lines, faux birch wood details and pops of color, along with LCD light box wall installation to emulate natural light in this dark basement.
Designer David Bromstad and his team head north to New Jersey, where they fashion a family room based on a historic Blauvelt Mansion. David emulates the traditional decor of the mansion with a faux tin tile feature wall, antique conversation pieces, and a custom storage bench.
In one of his most colorful makeovers yet, Designer David Bromstad, is inspired by one of New York City's sweetest hot spots, Dylan's Candy Bar. Using bright colors with a modern aesthetic, he works his magic in a Manhattan loft master bedroom makeover. He showcases the apartment's beautiful city views with a custom see through acrylic headboard and green and pink wall colors that are balanced with modern black and white furnishings.
Designer David Bromstad transforms a New Jersey living room from a cluttered kid room to glamorous and modern adult space. The inspiration for the room is a high-end wall paper factory, Flavor Paper, in Brooklyn, New York. David glams the space up with a reupholstered tufted settee, an acrylic table filled with disco balls, reflective wallpaper on the ceiling and a LCD baroque panel feature wall installation.
Designer David Bromstad adds beachy comforts to a bland living room based on Miami Beach's South Point Park. David mixes the feel of a Hamptons beach house with rustic touches by adding custom arched built-in bookshelves, artisan made drift wood columns and neutral furnishings.
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