Looking for a lamp like no other? Let us enlighten you with our new Mix & Match lighting collection. Handmade in Suffolk for Heal’s, our bespoke collection of Shades & Bases are designed to be personalised letting you create a unique light that is truly tailored to your interior style.
First, choose your shade from over 130 designer styles by a host of leading fabric houses including Designers Guild, Harlequin, Olicana, Colefax & Fowler, Scion, Sanderson and Morris & Co. plus exclusive collaborations with British print house Étoile Home and textile designer Eleanor Pritchard. Next, combine with one of our exclusively designed lamp bases including the mid-century Bertie, the mixed material Freja, the industrial-chic Simple Stick base or the contemporary three-legged Baxter, which is available as either a table or floor lamp. Each of the shades is also available to purchase as a stand-alone ceiling pendant in a choice of four different sizes (20x25cm, 33x20cm, 46x30cm, 60x30cm) with or without a diffuser and ceiling cord.
Talk about being spoilt for choice. To help you get a feel for all the fabrics available, we’ve picked out a few of our favourite designs from the Mix & Match collection.
Launched by Shani Beadle in 2006, Étoile fabrics design fresh takes on retro prints that sing with statement colours. Pictured below, Betty fabric features an illustrative botanical pattern that is hand screen printed onto a linen and cotton blend.
Founded in 1970 by Tricia Guild, Designers Guild is home to some 9,000 fabrics all of which are made from the finest quality cloth following ethical and sustainable practices. Delahaye fabric, pictured below in cobalt, features a marbled endpaper style design printed onto soft, scoured linen and cotton blend.
British fabric house Harlequin is internationally renowned for its premier fabric collection, which boasts an eclectic fusion of classic and contemporary design. Printed onto a linen and viscose blend, Flores fabric, shown below in ruby and nordic blue, features an overblown abstract interpretation of watercolour flowers.
Founded in the 1930s by interior decorators Sibyl Colefax and John Fowler, Colefax and Fowler is a British design institution renowned for its sophisticated elegance and low-key luxury. Designed by Jane Churchill and shown below in pink and orange, the Lottie is made up of intricate multi-coloured embroidery in a playful swirling shape.
Known for its innovative, stylish and playful approach, British fabric house Scion provides a refreshing take on traditionally woven textiles. Pictured below in rose and mist, the graphic triangular pattern of Modul is printed onto a soft cotton and linen blend.
Founded by Arthur Sanderson in 1860, the quality and quintessentially English character of Sanderson has maintained the fabric houses Royal Warrant since 1923. Shown below in powder blue and pink, Larksong fabric features chain stitch embroidered larks set against a backdrop of abstract forest print.
Founded by William Morris in 1861, Morris & Co. continues the Arts & Crafts designer’s legacy through their faithful reproductions of his iconic patterns. Designed in 1883, Pure Strawberry Thief is a traditional botanical pattern printed onto a soft linen and cotton blend.
The timeless, contemporary design of Eleanor Pritchard’s fabric range is woven by a specialist upholstery mill on the Isle of Bute off the west coast of Scotland. Made from pure wool, Grounds fabric features a subtle zigzag weave and is pictured below in aerial petrol green.