Crushing on David Bromstad and Aluminum Chain Curtains in The House of Rock
It is an open secret around our warehouse that David Bromstad is our #1 crush. And when I say our, I mean that pretty much all of the ladies who work at Shop Wild Things love some David Bromstad. He’s a beautiful man, has a great personality, a killer smile, and he’s a design star. Or rather, a Design Star. So it’s natural that we’d crush on him… even before he created a fabulous dining room featuring our Aluminum Chain Curtains
. And then he did. And it is in The House of Rock in Santa Monica
If we had lockers, his poster would be above our little check-our-lip-gloss mirrors in every single one. What did you say? Did you want to see the dining room? Weren’t we talking about David Bromstad?
David has been working on a year-long design project, and that design project is called The House of Rock. We think that this qualifies as creative vision ~ these curtains arrived as rectangular panels of aluminum links. A little snip here and a little snip there (x1000), and this is what you get. If you are David Bromstad. Sigh. (Is our lip gloss okay?)
We love the way that he used the curtains to create archways AND depth by layering the panels. Here’s a view that shows just how he achieved the layered effect by stacking the curtains across the ceiling and by varying the lengths of each strand. The arched entrances morph into fabulous ceiling decor as you move into the dining room. All from chain curtain panels and some snips.
Our thanks (and some little love notes folded into tiny triangles) go out to David Bromstad
for sharing his creative vision with us. These images are used with permission, courtesy of David Bromstad.