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Color Splash is an HGTV design series featuring David Bromstead, a Miami, Florida interior decorator. His designs are full of vibrant color as well as unique furniture and accessories. David, formerly a Disney illustrator, is an expert in color usages and has an eye for incorporating colorful cohesive designs into spaces.

Each episode features David visiting client's homes and businesses. He consults with them as to what the function of the space will be, as well as what they would like the space to look like. Quite often, the client will put their complete trust in David to surprise them with a completely unique one-of-a-kind design. After the initial consultation, David travels back to his studio and draws up a plan complete with color, furniture placement and art. He presents the drawing to the client for approval. The clients, impressed with David's creativity, agree to go ahead with the renovation. David then travels back to his studio and consults with his design team of painters, and carpenters. They come up with a plan of how to execute the transformation.

The client vacates the property during the entire renovation. The team then travels to the space, clears out the existing furniture and accessories, and begins the space planning. The process from start to completion takes 3 days. In every renovation, David includes a personalized piece of art he designs for the client that matches with the theme of the room. His style is hip and trendy with influences of the vibrant Cuban culture that is popular with his Miami clients.

As the process continues, members of the team embark on shopping excursions to furniture stores searching for the perfect piece that will blend well with the style. Accessories selected include pillows, paintings, area rugs, countertops, tableware, flooring, and window treatments. Often, David will do more extensive renovations that involve removing walls, replacing flooring, and lighting installation. In this case, contractors are used to ensure correct codes are followed as well as wiring is properly installed.

By the end of each episode, the team completes the space with the final finishes. David contacts the homeowners asking them to return home for the final reveal. When they arrive, they are blindfolded, brought into the room and are asked to remove their blindfolds. With amazement on their faces, the clients are very pleased with the changes and are overwhelmed by the transformation.

Color Splash is a series that is currently running and has 11 seasons (158 episodes). The series first aired on March 18, 2007.

Color Splash is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Color Splash on demand atPhilo, Amazon, Hulu, HGTV, Pluto TV online.

Saturday 9:00 PM et/pt on HGTV
11 Seasons, 158 Episodes
March 18, 2007
Home & Garden, Reality
Cast: David Bromstad
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Color Splash Full Episode Guide

  • The Bonnet House inspires a glamorous Mediterranean home makeover.

  • David Bromstad helps a couple get over their buyer's remorse by redesigning every common space in the house.

  • Daughters surprise their parents with a new master bedroom with the help of David Bromstad.

  • David Bromstad uses beachy hues and comfortable furniture to transform a family room and kitchen into one cohesive, relaxing space.

  • David Bromstad creates a peaceful sanctuary in a master bedroom for two photographers.

  • David Bromstad helps beautify a family's new home by adding a little bit of whimsy to the bare living room and dining room. David and his crew work around the clock to finish the project by move-in day.

  • Designer David Bromstad creates a Winter Wonderland holiday makeover.

  • A master bedroom makeover is inspired by Coconut Grove's tropical garden.

  • A living/dining room makeover is inspired by a parking garage in Miami Beach.

  • A contemporary living/dining room makeover is inspired by Miami's design district.

  • David Bromstad creates a stylishly weathered and traditional living room inspired by a winery.

  • David designs a Mediterranean and Asian living/dining room inspired by the Miami Beach skyline.

  • David takes an eclectic contemporary approach for a family room makeover that's based on a Miami furniture store.

  • David Bromstad mixes contemporary and Old Florida in a family room remodel.

  • David Bromstad designs a living room based on the Flagler museum, a historic mansion in Palm Beach.

  • Miami Beach's New World Symphony inspires a modern living room.

  • The essence of the Miami Seaquarium inspires a formal living/dining room makeover.

  • The decoration of a house's first floor is inspired by "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn."