Designer David Bromstad transformed this once empty and lifeless space into a beachy getaway. A neutral palette with pops of sea-inspired color is a breath of fresh air for the living room. The sun-drenched look of the laminate flooring enhances the room's beachy appeal.
On HGTV's "Color Splash: Miami," David Bromstad transformed this once empty, colorless space into a chic living area where modern and traditional styles combine. Timeless touches like a vintage couch and applied moldings on the walls warm up this space, while bright yellow and turquoise accessories add Miami flair.
David Bromstad of HGTV's Color Splash transformed this outdoor space into a party-ready patio. Reclaimed lumber creates a one-of-a-kind table that will accommodate up to eight guests. Weather-resistant, floor-to-ceiling draperies and beautifully patterned rugs make the space feel like an extension of the indoors.
HGTV Design Star contestant Kellie designed this kid's bedroom on episode seven of season six. Though Mason asked for bunk beds, Kellie chose a loft bed with a hideout underneath. But Mason was noticeably disappointed at the reveal: "Poor kid. He was just looking for his bunk beds," says judge David Bromstad.
HGTV Design Star contestant Mark Diaz designed and built custom headboards despite warnings from his mentor David Bromstad about the time limit. The judges love the idea of the built-ins because they add division and privacy to the powder blue space, but they immediately notice that Diaz ran out of time and the headboards are unfinished.
On HGTV's "Color Splash," David Bromstad transformed this once lifeless backyard into a cozy outdoor getaway. The deck was replaced with lush grass and the tall fence was traded for a shorter wall, which does double duty as a bench. Privacy is maintained with living walls of tropical plants. Three glazed ceramic cubes create a unique table while weather-resistant fabrics add lively pops of red, orange, lime green and turquoise.