Our five most cherished Ercol designs

Ercol emerged in the post war era with a passion for creating furniture that was both well-designed and well-made. Nearly 70 years later the brand’s design icons are still as stylish today as they were in the 1950s and its long-lasting reputation for creating pieces that stand the test of time is what sets it […]

Love in triangles: the Bloomsbury Group

Speaking on the Bloomsbury Group, the writer Dorothy Parker famously quipped that they “lived in squares, painted in circles and loved in triangles”. Over a century on and their liberal approach to love, life and the arts continues to make genteel society go hot under the collar. Yet, for all the TV dramas and notes […]

Heal’s at home: going green

The colour of nature, life and vitality, green is the perfect tone to add a botanical note to your space. So to provide some interior inspiration to you turn your home, and not to mention your friends, green this season, we’ve compiled a colour board of fresh furniture and accessories that is sure to help […]

Behind the design: London’s iconic Isokon building

From design studio to architectural masterpiece to gallery, Isokon is one the most treasured examples of modernism in Britain. In curating the Heal’s 100 exhibition, Director of the Isokon Gallery Trust Magnus Englund has uncovered the close bonds between the design group and Heal’s that together tell a fascinating story of the development of British […]

Heal’s 100: a century of design icons

Distilling over a century of iconic design into just one hundred pieces is no small order. Yet, that is exactly what Magnus Englund, Founding Director of Skandium and Director of the Isokon Gallery Trust, has managed for our Heal’s 100 exhibition. A celebration of great design that has helped shape our time, the Heal’s 100 […]

Bert & May opens its doors at Heal’s

The new kid on the block, interior design service Bert & May bring their unique blend of handcrafted finishes, design expertise and moodboads to Heal’s flagship store. Founded in Spain by Lee Thornley, who moved from London in 2004, Bert & May began life as a reclaimed tile company. The interior design service has since evolved […]

Hot off the press: April 2017

In his magnum opus The Waste Land, modernist writer T.S. Eliot famously claimed that ‘April is the cruellest month’. While, usually, we are not ones to question a literary giant, we couldn’t disagree more. After all, with the arrival of April comes Easter eggs, a string of bank holidays and the latest designs fresh from the […]

Made in London: Goldfinger Factory

Bringing the Midas touch to unwanted furniture, Goldfinger Factory is an innovative social enterprise that provides a platform for designers, makers and education on all things craft. For our Heal’s Modern Craft Market: Made in London, they bring their award-winning West London workshop to our flagship store with a host of beautifully crafted and unique […]