Architrave by Lee Broom
for Heal's


Architrave by Lee Broom

London designer Lee Broom is to launch a collection of furniture inspired by architraves, cornicing and mouldings during the London Design Festival next month.

Architrave by Lee Broom

Called Architrave, the white-lacquered pieces will feature detailed ridged mouldings at their front edges.

Architrave by Lee Broom

The collection includes a coffee table, console table, sideboard, chest of drawers, lamp and shelf, and was created for British brand Heal's.

Architrave by Lee Broom

Here's some more information from Broom:


Award-winning British furniture and interior designer, Lee Broom, launches his first collaboration collection with iconic British design brand Heal’s.

Architrave by Lee Broom

Architrave for Heal’s ReDiscovers is a unique capsule collection of furniture fusing tradition with modernity. Inspired by the classic shapes of architrave, cornicing and mouldings, Broom takes a traditional home feature and transforms it into a contemporary design statement. Effortlessly mixing intricate detail with sleek styling, the collection has a two-tone satin lacquer-finish; a matt white on the outside with a cool grey tone within.

Architrave by Lee Broom

Broom’s collection includes a console, coffee table, low sideboard, 3 drawer unit, table lamp and floating shelf. Prices start from £250.
Heal’s ReDiscovers is an exclusive, limited edition collection of furniture and accessories by the very best in British design, launched to celebrate Heal’s bicentenary.

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  • ying

    what idea! i would love my appartement to be made like this

  • Tuvie

    love it, especially the white color and minimalist design!

  • cian

    nice ideea

  • Aurora

    A little like something you"d find in Target or Wal – Mart only in cheep white enamel. Sorry just saying..not very original.

  • Orla Kiely Bedding

    White furniture in my opinion takes me back to the eighties when white and black ash were the 'in thing' at the time.
    It tends to look a little bit tacky if not painted too well, especially around the edges.
    Not bad for a kids bedroom though if you are on a budget.