Behind The Design

Making waves with Moroso

Italian design house Moroso is truly a force to be reckoned with. Known for its daring spirit, the brand has been making waves at Heal’s since their introduction as part of our Designer Collections last year and is celebrated in this tidal inspired editorial shoot from Heal’s in-house stylist Kevin Torre and photographer Victoria Erdelevskaya. A family run business since […]

Introducing… 1882 Ltd.

Founded in 2011 by father and daughter duo Christopher and Emily Johnson, 1882 Ltd. have become the saviours of the British ceramics industry. Their entire collection is made using centuries-old traditions in Stoke on Trent, which is better known as one of the “Five Towns” that make up the Staffordshire Potteries – the traditional heartland […]

Behind the design: Pendel Sofa by PINCH

We at Heal’s have always said that upholstery is an art in itself and it seems the folks over at PINCH design would agree. Launching as part of our Spring / Summer 17 collections, for the first time their Pendel two seater sofa is available in exclusive ‘Nympheus’ fabric from GP & J Baker, first designed by legendary British artist William […]

Introducing… Bert Frank Lighting

If Bert Frank were a classic British car it would, without doubt, be an Aston Martin – luxurious, innovative and built to stand the test of time. Launched in 2013 by designer Robbie Llewellyn and lighting manufacturer Adam Yeats, Bert Frank has garnered universal praise for its luxurious take on industrial lighting with accolades including the 2016 […]

How to spot a fake design classic

Know your Arne from your Eames? To help you spot the difference between a cheap knock-off and the real deal, we’ve put together this handy guide to some of our much-copied classics. Starting 28th January 2017, a change in copyright law ensures that it is illegal for UK retailers to sell fake replicas of designer […]

First look: Wallis Sofa by Russell Pinch

Make your friends green with envy this season with our new Wallis sofa – an exclusive collaboration with renowned British designer Russell Pinch. Launching this February as part of our spring/summer 17 collections, the Wallis sofa has all the flair of a classic mid-century design. Shown here in Designers Guild emerald varese velvet – bang […]

Conversations Culinaires with Petite Friture

To celebrate the launch of the Succession range of tableware, French design brand Petite Friture have commissioned a special foodie-themed photo-shoot. Working with experience designers Studio Appetit, the brand has created a fun photo series entitled ‘Conversations Culinaires’ in which a dining table scene is mischievously brought to life to whet the appetite. At the […]

Behind the design: the Organic Sheep

Take a tour of Iceland with The Organic Sheep, home to the world’s most hardy yet luxurious sheep fur throws and rugs. Known for its spectacular yet uncompromising landscape, Iceland has a long tradition of sheep rearing that stretches back to the islands first settlers in the 9th century. The Organic Sheep celebrate this legacy, […]

Introducing Timothy Oulton

Unique and eccentric design for sartorially savvy interiors, it’s time you got to know Timothy Oulton, the latest addition to our new Designer Collections. Timothy Oulton’s story dates back to his childhood days in Manchester, where he grew up surrounded by antiques from his father’s business, Halo Antiques. Having joined the family firm after leaving […]

We go into the woods with Grown in Britain

Join us as we stroll through the Dorset countryside to visit maker Alice Blogg at her studio space in the Grown in Britain licensed forest and wood merchant Hooke Park. Alice Blogg designs and makes honest, functional and beautiful British hardwood products. From smaller home accessories to lighting and furniture, Alice’s designs are inspired by […]