Furniture Designers in the United Kingdom
Lee Broom is a furniture designer based in London. Since 2007 he has released over 75 furniture and lighting products, which he designs and manufactures under his own label and has created more than 20 products for other brands. He has also designed over 40 commercial retail, restaurant, bar and residential interiors.
British-Canadian Philippe Malouin holds a bachelor's degree in Design from the Design Academy Eindhoven. His diverse portfolio includes tables, rugs, chairs, lights, art objects and installations.
John Green is an award winning designer, designing furniture and lifestyle products for manufacture. John's approach is simple - to create innovative and functional designs that people can't resist.
Namon Gaston is a designer and maker of contemporary fine furniture based in Edinburgh.
Helen Middleton is a contemporary British designer creating luxury, playful objects, graced with beauty with an elegant, timeless quality.
Donna Walker is a furniture and spatial designer based in London who works predominantly with existing unloved, damaged and discarded items, and transforms them into new and desirable pieces of furniture, whilst retaining and celebrating their history.
Brodie Neill is an Australian industrial designer based in London.
Charlie Crowther-Smith is a Bristol based furniture designer and maker who specialises in contemporary furniture. I am always interested in new commissions or projects.
Alys Bryan is a freelance designer and experienced specialist in upholstered seating design. Alys creates furniture that is not only functional but also a joy to look at and experience. Alys' proven ability to bring commercially viable designs to life is shaped through a process of creativity, thoughtful material selection, combined with lean manufacturing principles and her in-depth understanding of contract furniture in both the workplace and hospitality sectors.
Max Lamb is a British furniture designer who combines traditional design methods with digital design. He is known for employing highly unusual approaches to using natural materials, including pouring pewter onto the sand, and volcanic rock.