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Lee Broom

October 12, 2016

9 Questions with Lee Broom – UK Interior Designers

In our Blog Decor & Style we have the best news from the world of design, art, decor, culture and much more to present you from the UK to the world. We have a special interview made to the fabulous design icon Lee Broom. Follow us on this amazing trip through the 9 Questions with Lee Broom – UK Interior Designers .

Lee Broom

The past year has been a whirlwind for Lee Broom. The British product and interior designer has traveled the international design show circuit, launching imaginative installations to display new lighting and furniture. In his Instagram-friendly showcases, Broom merges his passions for interiors and product in fully branded environments. While recent installments of the Broom road show have been more, er, mobile—in April, he recreated a classical Italian interior in a truck and drove it around during Milan Design Week.

Here, Broom divulges his dream project (hint: it involves Prince) and interiors pet peeve. Plus, tour his London flat, recently featured in Interior Design Homes.


1.What made you want to set up a permanent showroom space in NYC?

Lee Broom: Earlier in the year, back in May, we hosted a four-week pop-up store called Broome Off Broom that was launched to coincide with ICFF. The response from the industry and customers was phenomenal. New York welcomed us with open arms, and our time there was so successful we decided to open a permanent Lee Broom outpost. We’re right in the heart of the SoHo design district on Greene Street. The U.S. is a major growing market for us and one we want to expand on. I also love New York, so it’s a great excuse for me to spend time in the city.

Lee Broom

2.What is your favorite place to visit in New York?

LB: I love to walk in New York, particularly in the summer, around the East Village or the Highline. I love Chelsea for its galleries and the Lower East Side for its bars and restaurants like Russ & Daughters. I love going across Brooklyn Bridge and I love the scale of the buildings. My favorite building would have to be the Chrysler building.

Lee Broom

Boca do Lobo | Lighting

3.What are a few recent projects?

LB: This year we have had three major projects with little time in between each, so it’s been pretty frantic. We launched our traveling exhibition Salone Del Automobile in April at Milan Design Week, where we presented an Italian palazzo in the back of our Lee Broom delivery van and drove to all the design districts during the week. Two weeks later, we opened our pop-up store, and we have just completed the London Design Festival. Now of course our New York showroom is opening and hopefully before the end of this year a showroom in L.A. ahead of our 10th anniversary in 2017.

Lee Broom

4.Which person, place, or thing—inside the industry or out—inspires you?

LB: Music inspires me. I listen to a lot of music when I’m designing, and after a while it almost becomes the soundtrack to the collection in a funny way. It helps create the mood and sets the tone, especially for exhibitions. I like all sorts, from electro to classical. Hopelessness by Anohni was the last album I downloaded. It has a cinematic quality to it and a strong narrative—the album is really beautiful.

Lee Broom

5.Latest interiors pet peeve?

LB: The way certain people describe design pieces or interiors. I loathe the word “bling” and also the phrase “shabby chic.” I’m not keen on “quirky” either!


6.A secret source you’re willing to share?

LB: I love Calico wallpaper, based in Brooklyn. The wallcoverings are divine and look just as stunning in a frame as an entire wall.

Lee Broom

7.An item you couldn’t live without?

LB: A hairdryer. Life would be tough for me without a hairdryer!

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8.Personal preference: town house or loft, cottage or estate?

LB: I like loft living. My home in London is a converted fire station that dates back to 1895, so it’s not exactly a loft, but it does have similar features in that it’s very modern but quite industrial at the same time, and a very open plan.d

Lee Broom

9.Dream commission?

LB: I would love to design and stage a pop concert. I think it would combine many of the disciplines I have learnt over the years—theater, fashion, lighting, and interiors. I would have loved to create a show for someone like Michael Jackson or Prince.

Lee Broom

We hope you enjoyed this interview as much as we did. There’s a lot of news that we have every week to present you so that if you are ready for them stay tuned in your favourite blog Decor and Style.

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