Hot off the press: March 2017

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March marked the official start of Spring, which just so happened to coincide with the launch of our new season collections. We know what you’re thinking, how convenient! Yet, in our defence there really is no better time to give your space a spruce up. After all, we’re sure we’re not the only ones throwing open our windows and letting in all that extra evening light following those cold, dark winter months.
Trouble is with the longer days, and the much needed Vitamin D we’re getting from the suns rays, you inevitably highlight those long neglected corners of your home. Suddenly that comfy old sofa you loved sinking into following a day fighting off the frost doesn’t seem quite so inviting in the new morning light (I mean, we love a spot of Hygge as much as the next Scandi enthusiast, but living solely by candle light does have its drawbacks).
Don’t take our word for it? Then how about that of the national papers and interiors press who this month were going ga-ga for green, namely in the shape of our new Wallis Sofa by Russell Pinch, our Balmoral Headboard and Divan and new Spring / Summer 17 textiles.
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Mail on Sunday, ‘Team Greenery,’ 19.03.17 – Webby Bench by Porada (top), Wallis Sofa by Russell Pinch, Alfredo Vase by Georg Jensen and Marbled Cushion by Susi Bellamy (bottom).
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Evening Standard, ‘Global Ambition,’ 16.03.17 – Freja Lamp Base by Heal’s and Nuno Shade by Colefax & Fowler.
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House Beautiful, ‘The Garden Room,’ 01.04.17 – Balmoral Headboard by Heal’s, Grace Pendant Light by Heal’s (top), Laclasica Chair by Stua and Pendel 2 Seater Sofa by Russell Pinch (bottom).
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House Beautiful, ‘Add a touch of designer style,’ 01.04.17 – Ellipse Table by Heal’s and Chartwell Chairs by Heal’s.
Kirsty Whyte, Product & Design Manager at Heal’s
“Customers want to invest in well-made designs and are being bolder with their colour choices. Blue is particularly popular at the moment, while marble is moving from simple whites and greys into greens and browns. Designers play a huge role in setting trends as they bring fresh insight and creative innovation into the mix”
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Country Homes & Interiors, 01.04.17 – Balmoral Headboard and Divan by Heal’s.
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Homes & Gardens, ‘H&G Edit April,’ 01.04.17 – Wallis Sofa and Rodan Coffee Table both by Russell Pinch for Heal’s.
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Homes & Gardens, ‘Latest Looks,’ 01.04.17 – assorted textiles by Bonnie & Neil, Beatrice Larkin and Susi Bellamy.
…I mean if you can’t believe what the press say then who can you trust? Well Heal’s of course or even better follow your own intuition by browsing our new collections in full in store or at Heal’s online.