In The Studio: Maddison Graphic

We caught up with the guys from Maddison Graphic to see the finishing touches being made to their new series of limited soft accessories for Heal’s. Working from their studio in Norwich, this independent design studio specialise in modern graphic prints across a range of area from exhibitions to fashion. Having garnered heaps of praise […]

Behind the Design: Brunel by Rob Scarlett

  The latest additions to our Brunel range have arrived, and to mark the occasion we’re going back to where it all began with an exclusive look behind Rob Scarlett’s best-selling design. While design is an ever-evolving process, certain pieces really strike a chord that resonates with contemporary interiors. A perfect example of this is the Brunel range by Rob Scarlett, its […]

Curate your space with Copper

The modern metallic of choice, let our shiny new Copper moodboard bring some interior inspiration to your home. Warm and lustrous, coppery tones are the perfect accent to minimal spaces or an opulent addition to classically styled rooms. Providing a modern alternative to traditional chandeliers, groups of lustred pendants have continued to prove popular as […]

Win tickets to ‘Lee Miller: A Woman’s War’ plus a stay at Mondrian London at Sea Containers

To celebrate the new exhibition Lee Miller: A Woman’s War, we’ve teamed up with IWM London and Mondrian London at Sea Containers to offer an exclusive competition. Sponsored by Barclays and produced in collaboration with the Lee Miller Archives, this exhibition documents Miller’s evolving vision of women’s roles and lives in Britain and Europe as she travelled between […]

In The Studio: London Terrariums

No stranger to Heal’s, we’ve been big fans of London Terrariums’ ever since they first hosted their workshops at our Tottenham Court Road store. Since then this small botanical business has gone from strength to strength with a string of magazine features, window displays and even a talk at Nicer Tuesdays hosted by uber trendy design journal It’s […]

In Colour: Pantone’s Colour of the Year 2016

With Pantone choosing two tones for their Colour of the Year 2016, expect to see plenty more of Rose Quartz and Serenity this season. Blending two different shades for the first time, these pastel pink and dusty blue hues are on the money this Spring adding a bright and subtly bold feel that’s in keeping with […]

Put a ring on it with Workbench London

Tired of wearing the same old accessories? Why not design your own with the help of Workbench London. Founded by east London jewellers and best friends Katie Woodward (a.k.a. Crux London) and Kirstie Maclaren, the Workbench London lets would be designers create their own solid silver design. Fusing their creative flair and technical know-how, the pair have found a niche in […]

Plain Useful pop-up at Heal’s

Based in the foothills of the Pennines, Plain Useful specialise in traditional home accessories that marry utility with good design. Founded by Claire Coldwell, the independent retailer recently won a My Country Business Award from Country Homes & Interiors Magazine with an exclusive mentorship from Heal’s design and retail development team as part of the prize.  In […]

Set in Stone: Exclusive Tom Dixon

The second part in our series focusing on Tom Dixon’s latest collection, this week we’re lusting over the glamorous Stone range.  Carved from semi-precious Morwad marble, each piece is finished with polished brass elements that beautifully catch the light to create a luxurious contrast to the stone. Additions to the homeware collection include a series of slender candle holders and serveware, […]

In The Studio: Hello Marine

Inky fingers, folk art, and a strong cup of Joe – it’s all in a days work for Hello Marine. Describing her work as ‘bold, colourful and joyful’, Hello Marine, a.k.a Marine Gentils, is a French illustrator and printmaker based in the UK. Having worked with brands and publications such as Lacoste, Time Out and Penguin, her new […]

Back to the Future: the Retro Tech trend

As the saying goes “things ain’t what they used to be”, but that’s not stopping a new wave of designers from looking to the past for inspiration as the Retro Tech trend proves. From turntables to televisions (such as the Samsung Serif pictured above), many of the year’s most hotly anticipated gadgets have something of a nostalgic feel mixing cutting […]

First glimpse of Tom Dixon SS16

The master of materialism, Tom Dixon returns with a stunning new collection exclusive to Heal’s. Inspired by the effect of petrol spills on a rainy day, Warp is a collection of distorted vessels each finished in an iridescent glaze. Mouth blown glass is squashed and deformed to create the unusual profile of each piece before […]