Designer David Bromstad Net Worth is $2 Million. What are his sources of income?
David Reed Bromstad is an American designer, television personality and also the winner of the debut season of HGTV Designer Star in 2006. He currently hosts his own television show, Color Splash with David Bromstad since 2007 on HGTV as well as Color Splash Miami on HGTV since 2010. He is also the host of HGTV’s My Lottery Dream Home. Besides designing and TV host, he is also a blogger who writes blogs for HGTV.
Net worth of David Bromstad
Later, he moved to Miami Beach and competed for HGTV’s Design Star, a reality show competition to select a new host for the new show. He won the competition against 9 other designers with grand prize – a car and chance to host the show, Color Splash which contributed a lot to increase the net worth of the designer.
David Bromstad with his design
The current net worth of David Bromstad is estimated to be around $2 million. He makes most of his income from his show as the host of HGTV. He is also regarded as one of the leading fashion personalities due to the popularity of his show. He works as a designer which also contributes a lot to add the net worth. Besides these, he also hosts several other shows such as On Design Star, Beach Flip, Challenge 7- Island Dreams etc.
David Bromstad hosted HGTV Design star for 23 episodes and made a guest appearance in the second season of 26 episodes. He also appeared in the first episode of the second season to provide moral support to the finalists.
David works as a contributor to the weekly blog at HGTV. He was also selected as the spokesperson for Mythic Paint. He also works as the host and mentor of HGTV Design Star.
David Reed Bromstad's Quick Facts
- David Reed Bromstad was born on August 17, 1973, in Cokato, Minnesota, United States, under the birth sign Leo.
- He was born to Diane Marlys Bromstad and Richard Harold David Bromstad.
- He has three siblings Dynelle Renee Bromstad, Dean Richard Bromstad, and Dyonne Rachael Bromstad.
- Bromstad went to the Wayzata High School and later joined the Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, Florida.
- He is gay by his sexuality.