Lee Broom

Lee Broom

Lee Broom, a mix of classicism and modernity

"Lee Broom is to furniture what Marc Jacobs or Tom Ford are to fashion" - Guardian magazine.

"Among the most respected British Talents" - Financial Times.

After a theater school, Lee Broom goes into fashion. He won a fashion design contest at the age of 17 and then worked for the famous fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, before graduating in fashion design at Central St Martins. But it's ultimately in interior design that Lee Broom flourishes and excels. Even today, fashion represents a great source of inspiration in his creations.

He is one of the leading UK product designers. Lee Broom founded his brand under his own name in 2007. Thanks to unique collections of furniture, lighting and decorative accessories, he has become a point of reference in high-end global design. A huge success.

The young and promising designer has also worked with major brands, especially in the field of fashion, such as Christian Louboutin, Mulberry or Bergdorf Goodman. In Milan, New York, or London, Lee Broom is also present at the biggest design fairs, with big, crazy and innovative stands.

Lee Broom's creations are in the most beautiful hotels, restaurants and residences through incredible architectural and interior design projects. His work is often relayed in many newspapers. In a contemporary style, his pieces are both familiar and luxurious and awaken our senses. Lee Broom combines functionality and aesthetics, always favoring high quality materials combined with the most advanced technologies. As defender of British manufacturing techniques, Lee Broom collaborates with traditional and local artisans.

To date, Lee Broom has won more than 30 awards including the British Designer of the Year and the Queen's Award for Enterprise from the Queen at Buckingham Palace.

Outstanding interior design collections

Creative, talented, meticulous, that's the way we can describe Lee Broom. Focus on some of his finest achievements!

Lighting selection

Furniture selection

Decorative accessories selection