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Brief Published: 15 Feb 2011

Lee Broom's Creative Amalgamations


Last week saw the opening of British interior/product designer Lee Broom’s debut retail space; a ‘store within a store’-style concession situated in The Shop at Bluebird on London’s Kings Road.

With an eclectic career encompassing fashion (he studied fashion at Central St. Martins in London and interned with British designer Vivienne Westwood), interiors (having worked on more than 30 venues, including Lost Society in Clapham and The Valmont Club in Chelsea), lighting and furniture design, Broom's unique aesthetic pulls from the amalgamation of his unusual experiences.

To mark the partnership with The Shop at Bluebird, Broom has designed a handful of limited edition pieces, exclusive to the store, including a new colourway for his acclaimed Decanterlight range and brand new product, Decanterlamp.

His other furniture collections, including Heritage Boy and One Light Only, will also be available in-store.

Look out for our full profile on Broom, coming this spring.