Many people are afraid to talk about their sexual problems. To publicly declare one’s homosexuality or lesbianity, one must be courageous and strong-willed. David Bromstad, aka David Reed Bromstad, a well-known American interior designer and TV personality, is not afraid of these things. David has publicly stated that he is gay and proud of his sexuality. Furthermore, America’s top designer with great charm, smile, and beautiful looks is the winner of the 2006 HGTV Design Star debut season.
Early Life of David Bromstad
David Bromstad was born on August 17, 1973. He was born David Reed Bromstad in Cokato, Minnesota, USA. Furthermore, the 45-year-old designer is of American nationality and belongs to a mixed ethical group. The brave boy was born under the zodiac sign of Leo.
David and his three siblings were raised by his parents, Diane Marlys Bromstad (mother) and Richard Harold David Bromstad (father) (father). His three siblings are Dean Richard Bromstad, Dyonne Rachael Bromstad, and Dynelle Renee Bromstad.
Regarding his education, David attended Wayzata High School. Because of his interest in the arts and design, he decided to pursue a career as a Disney animator while still in high school. After finishing high school, he enrolled at the Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, Florida, where he graduated. Disney’s career began at Ringing College.
David Bromstad Salary and Net Worth
However, as of 2019, he had an estimated net worth of $2 million from his career in design and hosting a different HGTV show. David also earns a yearly salary of $500 thousand from his MY Lottery Dream House show. In addition, he has already amassed $30,000 from his TV series. With his impressive earnings, the designer is currently living a lavish life in Florida.
Who is David Bromstad Wife?
David is still unmarried, exposing his personal lie. As a gay man, he appears to be more attracted to his one sexual being. Previously, in an interview with South Florida’s gay news, he revealed that he had been in a relationship with his boyfriend for more than 8 years.
He was also involved with Jeffery Glasko. Jeffery claimed that David had left him emotionally and financially devastated after a long-term relationship. He also claimed that David was involved in the sex and drug world. However, David wins the case, and the matter is dismissed.
After that, Jeffery and David’s relationship ended. It doesn’t appear to be in a relationship right now. Furthermore, he had not decided to marry a person of the same sex and had no children until he knew. He recently got a boyfriend, and he posted a photo with him on Instagram with the caption “Me and my sexy bf.” He has, however, learned that he is now residing in Miami Beach.
David is very active and popular on social media platforms such as Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. In 2019, David had 90k Instagram followers, 492k Twitter followers, and 136k Facebook followers.
Body Measurement of David Bromstad
The lovely American designer stands 6 feet 1 inch tall and weighs 77 kg. He has tattoos all over his body. His arms are covered in a Mickey Mouse tattoo, and there’s a Disney house tattoo on his leg, as well as something is written. Similarly, he has a tattoo of something written on his chest.
David Bromstad’s Professional Career
Soon after graduating, David set out to fulfill a childhood dream of his. He was employed as a Disney Illustrator. There, he founded his own company, Bromstad Studio, and designed a fantasy children’s bedroom. Bromstad later went to Miami Beach on the advice of a friend to compete in HGTV’s Design Star.
The winner of the show will be able to host a new show on the HGTV cable network. However, David won the competition, defeating nine other potential designers. He won a car and the opportunity to host his own show on HGTV.
Then, in 2007, he launched his own TV show Color Splash, which was a huge success. This show puts David in the spotlight. In 2008, he was given the opportunity to become a spokesperson for Mythic Painting. In addition, David became a fan of Miele’s home appliances.
David has also worked on three HGTV shows HGTV Design Star, HGTV Beach Flip, and My Lottery Dream Home. Show My Lottery Dream Home assists the lottery winner in selecting the ideal home and decorating it with lottery winnings.
From 2009 to 2010, the show Bang for Your Buck was hosted. It currently sells home furnishings and accessories via Grandin Road, which is owned by the Home Shopping Network.