Brittany Bromley


Brittany Bromley Interiors is a full-service interior design firm based in Bedford, New York.

Melding a classic design sensibility with modern style and functionality, Brittany began designing when several clients admired her own home and asked her to help them design their new homes. Word spread and Brittany Bromley Interiors bloomed.

With true attention to detail, every project begins with a clear focus on the client's lifestyle objectives — how they really want to live — tailoring the final designs to fit their individual needs. Scope of services includes interior design, architectural planning, space and lighting design, always paired with a devotion to the aesthetic scale and proportion of a given space. Believing that garden design goes hand in hand with beautiful interiors, Brittany Bromley Interiors also offers bespoke landscape design services under their sister company Bromley Landscape Design - to truly meld indoors and out.

Born and raised in Chicago, Brittany learned — at a young age trailing her parents to markets and auctions — that the best classical interior design is one-part know-how and one-part instinct. Other influences on her aesthetic style have been the work of designer Alessandra Branca, a close family friend, who encouraged her to follow her passion for design as well as the romance and history of the city of New Orleans, where she attended Tulane University.

Today, Brittany lives in a 215 year-old historic house in Bedford with her husband, Matthew, two young daughters, Charlotte and Gigi and two dogs — a noble hound named Bracco Italiano (Atticus Finch) and a small fox-like rescue who answers to the name of Mr. Banks.

Current projects include a pre-war apartment on Park Avenuea West Village triplex in NYC and homes in Locust Valley and Bedford NY, Greenwich CT, Martha’s Vineyard MA, Palm Beach FL and Nantucket Island, as well as a small hotel in Greece.

Brittany’s work has been featured in Elle Décor, Veranda, Luxe Magazine, Cottage & Garden and Serendipity magazines, as well as online on Quintessence and La Dolce Vita.