Lee Broom

‘Striking and dramatic yet charming and familiar,’ says designer Lee Broom of his illuminated ‘Neo Neon’ furniture. The darling of the design world, Broom has been creating award-winning interiors since 2002. His brand of old vs. new focuses on taking antique chairs and coating them with a lick of the modern. Chesterfields dazzle with fairground light bulbs while a hand carved mahogany chair is draped with pink neon. All pieces are limited edition and numbered. This is art-furniture at the highest level.


September 24th 2015

Lee Broom Creates Floral Setting For Products At The Flower Shop

London designer Lee Broom is presenting his latest collections of furniture and vases against a backdrop of flowers at his Shoreditch showroom. Described by Broom as “an immersive journey through a sea of flowers,” the installation is located at his showroom on Rivington Street for the duration of this year’s London Design Festival. The installation runs until 27th September, 2015. Read the…

September 26th 2011

Lee Broom Nominated For Three British Design Awards

4’s favourite Lee Broom has been nominated for three awards in the British Design Awards 2011, organised by ELLE Decoration. The categories he has been nominated for are: Designer of the Year Award Best British Product Design Award, for his Parq Life Sideboard Best British Interior Design Award, for the Topman Personal Shopping Suite Click…

March 1st 2011

Lee Broom At 'The Shop At Bluebird'

Opening earlier last month in London, The Shop at Bluebird, is the first retail space for one of the UK’s most exciting young product designers, Lee Broom. The shop showcases a selection of pieces from the designer, who trained with Vivienne Westwood before graduating from Central St Martins, that you may already be rather familiar…

November 15th 2010

Lee Broom Awarded Twice In The ELLE Decoration British Design Awards

Lee Broom has received the fantastic accolade of winning ‘Best British Design’ for his Carpetry Sideboard and ‘Best New Interior’ for bar and restaurant Coquine on Old Brompton Road in London in the ELLE Decoration British Design Awards 2010. The BDAs recognise beautiful, useful and original new work created by British designers for both UK…

June 9th 2010

Coquine, London by Lee Broom

If there’s one thing that Londoners love more than a pint, it’s a new watering hole. Preferably one with some nice nosh thrown into the mix. Enter stage left a new kid on the Old Brompton Road block of bars, pubs and restaurants. Snug, low-ceilinged, softly lit and kitted out in a splash of blue,…

June 1st 2010

'Decanterlight' by Lee Broom

To celebrate the launch of his latest design project ‘Decanterlight’, popular British designer Lee Broom hosted an event at Coquine, London last week (which incidentally is also designed by Lee). Coquine, meaning ‘cheeky/mischievous’ in French, is Lee’s take on an exotic French boudoir with his characteristic stamp of eccentricity – the perfect setting for these classically quirky…