David Bromstad Bio, Age, Height, Ethnicity, Family, Husband, HGTV, Net worth

David Bromstad

David Bromstad Biography

David Reed Bromstad is an American designer and reality star television. He hosts Color Splash with David Bromstad and the Miami version of the show on HGTV. He also hosts My Lottery Dream Home on HGTV, in which he helps lottery winners find their dream real estate property. 

David Bromstad Age

David was born on August 17, 1973 in Cokato, Minnesota.

David Bromstad Height

David stands at a height of 6 feet 1 inch tall.

David Bromstad Ethnicity

Bromstad belongs to mixed ethnicity; 50% Norwegian, 25% German and 25% Swedish.  His father is of Norwegian ancestry while his mother is of German and Swedish descent.

Is David Bromstad Asian

David has no immediate Asian or Eurasian ancestry.

David Bromstad Education

Bromstad attended Wayzata High school and later joined Ringing College of Art and Design in Sarasota, Florida. He said in an interview that studying at the Ringling College of Art was crucial in preparing him for “Design Star.” He says he transformed an ability to create two-dimensional art into a three-dimensional piece of work in the TV competition.

David Bromstad Parents

David is the son of Diane Marlys Brostad (Krueger) and Richard Harold David Bromstad.

David Bromstad Siblings

David is the youngest of four children. His older siblings are; Dean Richard Bromstad, Dynelle Renee Bromstad, and Dyonne Rachael Bromstad.

David Bromstad Wife

David doesn’t have a wife, he is gay.

David Bromstad Husband

David is not married, he was in a relationship with Jeffery Glasko for ten years (2004 – 2014). The two had seen each other on different occasions but never talked. They later met at Firestone in Orlando, on valentine’s day single party.

Jeffrey claimed that the reason for their split was David’s drugs and a drinking problem. He later filed a lawsuit against David claiming he left him emotionally and financially devastated. He also added that David was caught up in a drug and sex world. The judge ruled against Jeffery’s claims and dismissed all accusations against David.

David Bromstad Partner

It is not clear whether David is in a relationship or not as he has managed to keep his personal life private since he broke up with Jeffery Glasko.

David Bromstad Tattoos

David says that he expresses himself through his tattoos and says there will be lots more. There will be lots more. I’m just getting started. I’m an artist. I look at my body as a canvas, and I am filling that canvas up with the work that I choose to put on. Luckily, I’m in a job that they love self-expression.”

David got his first tattoo a dragonfly tattoo on his shoulder right after college. Since David is a huge Disney lover he has the Disney Icon Cinderella Castle tattooed on his thigh. He also has a Chandelier tattoo on his right forearm, which looks like the Chandelier from one of the of Disney castles.

He also loves Mickey Mouse and his full sleeve on the right arm features several tattoos of Mickey Mouse. He has a Minnie Mouse tattoo on the inside of his right biceps.

He has a lion tattooes on his left leg.He has a ‘Limited Edition’ on his chest and a heart in the middle with a crown and two swallows. He has his birth year tattooed right under his Sternum, it says 1973 est.

He has a hand tattoo that says “Artist” where the “T”s look like the cross. He also has two tribal tattoos. One on his left arm and the other one is on his chest. The Tribal tattoo on his arm designed with three Chinese letters. They mean Artist and Painter.

David Bromstad Disney

Bromstad began his career as a Disney Illustrator. He later left Disney and started his own company, Bromstad Studio where he used to design fantasy bedrooms for children.

David Bromstad HGTV

David joined HGTV in 2006 when he won HGTV’s Design Star competition. He has three TV shows on HGTV; Color Splash which debuted in 2010, DMy Lottery Dream Home which debuted in 2010 and Design Star.

David Bromstad My Lottery Dream Home

David is the host of “My Lottery Dream Home” on HGTV. The show airs Friday nights at 9 p.m. ET/PT. He presents the winners a list of homes to consider. He says that it is a challenging show to produce because the number of people who actually win a lottery is finite, so casting is difficult. The show also requires finding winners who also want to be on TV.

“We do a real estate beat, where I go in and I have a pre-conversation with agents. They’ve already hunted for the parameters of what we’re looking for, so they hand me a stack of papers and then I go and I search for the best ones to show my homeowners. I listen to my clients and whatever they want, I deliver. I try to, of course, give them the best version of what they’re asking for, but you can only lead a horse so far. This is their money. It’s not mine. I’m just here to show options.”

He says the decision to purchase a home is not about buying a dream home, but in buying a dream location.

“I love showing homes to people who are ready to renovate because the options are limitless. I can show any type of home and it’s a lot easier. But a lot of people want move-in-ready homes, which is another ask. It’s more difficult. I’m like, ‘If you went up $50,000 more, then you could have that true move-in-ready,’ but that’s part of the challenges of having the show. It’s part of the fun. It’s hunting.”

David Bromstad Home

David lives in Orlando but is currently searching for his dream home. During an interview, he said he was living in an apartment.

“Right now I’m in an apartment. I’m so busy finding everyone their dream home, I’m neglecting my own. I’m always on the road. We’ll get here eventually. I have it narrowed down to one street in College Park. I want a crappy house so I can fix it up and build on to it and customize it for myself.”

He said he chose to live in Orlando as most of his friends live there. “I had a choice of where I wanted to live, and I chose Orlando because all my best friends are living here, and they’re retiring here, and they’re not going to be moving anywhere else. My parents retired in The Villages. So I wanted to be here.”

David Bromstad Net worth

David has an estimated net worth of $2 million.

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