First Look: Heal’s SS19 Collection

  With the New Year on the horizon, we welcomed members of the press to take a first look at our new collection heading to Heal’s early in 2019. We transformed our Heritage Room, usually home to antique Heal’s designs, into an urban sanctuary filled with our beautiful new range of upholstery, home décor and […]

Heal’s Discovers 2018: Meet the Designers

Now in it’s 14th year, Heal’s Discovers promotes the work of innovative and emerging design talent by providing a platform on which to showcase their skills and creativity. Launching as part of London Design Festival, this year’s designers have pushed the boundaries of creativty by working with materials in new ways and forming solutions to […]

Melissa Hemsley takeover: Monday Miso Bowl

We’ve teamed up with Melissa Hemsley as part of our Heal’s SPACES exhibition, a celebration of London’s most pioneering women and the spaces in which they create. Melissa is the bestselling author of Eat Happy, a cookbook packed with 120 delicious, flavour-packed recipes that take no more than minutes to make. In Melissa’s second guest post, she’s […]

Heal’s Spaces: Jessie Burton on her new book, The Restless Girls

Jessie Burton, best-selling author of The Miniaturist and The Muse will be recreating her creative writing space in the window of Heal’s Tottenham Court Road store for their SPACES campaign during London Design Festival. Her new book, The Restless Girls, is a dazzling, feminist work of short fiction, reinterpreting a classic fairytale, beautifully illustrated by Angela Barrett. The […]

The Return of Maximalism

Maximalism is back. For several years, we’ve embraced the popular minimalist design trend. From Mid-Century modern to Scandi to Japandi,  we’ve seen muted colours, clean lines and pared-back style in homes worldwide. It was only a matter of time before the tables turned. Minimalism isn’t going anywhere, but we’re excited to see the rise of […]