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Free Tickets to Eye on Design 2010 with David Bromstad of HGTV!

March 16, 2010

UPDATE:  Contest is now closed.

Submit your design questions here for David Bromstad of HGTV’s Design Star and Color Splash.  If  your question is chosen to be answered at Seattle Design Center’s Eye on Design 2010, you’ll receive a FREE ticket to the event!

I will also be interviewing him, so if you question is not selected, there is opportunity to have it answered in my interview.

What is Eye on Design?
An annual public event at Seattle Design Center full of design advice, swag bags and an opportunity to browse all the design showrooms, even the ones normally only open to the design trade!

Last year with Vern Yip totally rocked!  See my interview with him here and my spotlight on the event here.

If your question is not selected, you can still attend the event at Seattle Design Center for only $2o.  Purchase your tickets here.

Don’t Wait – Time is Limited
Figure out what your question is and ask here soon!  David is a busy man and has limited time to take a look at the questions.. so submit now and soon I will submit them to him!

It isn’t often we have HGTV stars come play with us in our own home town, so jump on this opportunity to hear and meet David Bromstand of HGTV in person!  It’s gonna be a blast!


11 Comments leave one →
  1. marilou f. van hoven permalink
    March 16, 2010 12:44 pm

    David ,can you please let me know where you bought the Plantation Chairs as I have
    bee looking for this for years.
    thanks for your help.


  2. Chenita Stewart permalink
    March 18, 2010 1:06 pm

    Hello David,

    I will be getting married again next year. My 1st husband passed away 7yrs. ago and I am in the process of starting a new life with a new soulmate. Iam very afraid to make to many changes to my soon to be new home in Selma Alabama. I love your show and am hoping you can help me and my hubby to be fix a living room/dinning room problem. These rooms have real wood on the walls and very high ceilings. I’m not sure what to do with either of them. What I would love is for you to design this space for us. Please tell me how people are able to get your services. I don’t mind having our house shown on your show. It would be an honor to have you come into our humble home.


    Chenita Stewart


  3. March 24, 2010 1:45 pm

    Hi, Amy! Welcome back to Seattle, David! I’m curious to know whether or not you’ve ever painted a home’s interior using a color palette inspired by individual colors’ known effects on mind, body and soul? If so, which colors did you choose for which rooms and why? Was it challenging to create synergy and flow? Can’t wait to hear…


  4. Vuong Do permalink
    April 6, 2010 6:47 am

    Hi David,

    Where can I find a list of your favorite stores/websites for furniture. I religiously watch your show and love the furniture choices that you make. Since the odds of you coming out to take care of my house is slim, I can at least cobble together some of your ideas and put it together myself. Thanks!


  5. Mona Rae permalink
    April 9, 2010 10:02 am

    Hello David,
    I was told in every room there should be something black and something red. Regardless of the color palette. Is this true? If so why? What does this do to the overall design?


  6. Jackie Starnes permalink
    April 15, 2010 5:10 pm

    Hi David OMG I’m like obsessed with your show, I love it!!! Here’s my question for you, I have this huge almost 5ft chimney that’s awkardly placed in a corner in my living room. I have no clue as to how to dress the mantle being that the chimney itself is enormous, please I’m in need of your good eye on design and experience. Thanks so much for taking the time in reading this, hope to hear from you!!


  7. April 16, 2010 7:41 am

    Hi Jackie!
    Thank you for your question for David. I have submitted it with my interview questions, as it was too late for the Seattle Design Center ticket questions submittal.

    My net was down most of the week and my schedule made it hard to get to the internet cafes so I didn’t get a chance to officially close the questions until now.

    Thanks again for writing in! Looking forward to having an answer for you from David! If not from him, I’d love to help you myself.



  8. Annette Bishop permalink
    June 1, 2010 12:02 pm

    When are David’s show ColorSplash coming back on TV. All I ever see are re-runs?



  9. June 2, 2010 7:48 am

    Hi Annette!

    The new Miami series premieres June 13th! Not long from today so get ready! Here is a link to an article covering the series:

    For more tips from David, you can visit my column…see the tab at the top of my site? Will take you right to it! I am getting ready to post the 3rd of a 3 article series covering when he was here in Seattle!

    Thank you for commenting…enjoy the new series!


  10. Ana permalink
    July 5, 2010 9:49 am

    I think you haven’t had this design challange before: I just bought a contemporary house which i love, it fits very well our life style. The only problem i have is decorating the family room. It is a pretty large space (25×15), first room you seer when you enter the house and the challange is… after we biught the house, we also got a puppy and she lives in our family room. She’s a large breed and has an x-large cage. My question is … how can i incorporate an x-large dog cage in a contemporary room, without being an eye-sore? I was thinking of a room divider, a curtain, or hide it behind a loveseat…. but i can not see it working. Any ideas? Thanks.



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