This week at Heal’s we’ve been celebrating Trade Week. As part of the celebrations, we invited all our clients to share photos from past projects. They could be anything from residential homes to commercial or hospitality spaces. From all the applications, we selected five lucky winners that we’ll be showcasing across our social media channels. Read on to find out more about the winning pictures.
This image from Emma Painter Interiors (EPI) was taken of a recent project. The space is a design-savvy bachelor’s waterside home on the south coast who, coincidentally, used to work at Heal’s. This project involved stamping her client’s personality on what he described as a “soul-less” house. The goal was to make him feel at home and settled. EPI was commissioned to design bespoke furniture solutions to provide an intuitive and comfortable home by the sea. It incorporated collected design pieces whilst sourcing everything from artwork to the bedding. In this photo you’ll spot a Noguchi Coffee Table, our exclusive Mistral Sofa and a Linie Design rug.
This formerly derelict, Grade II listed barn was converted into a bright and airy multi-functional space by Anna Patten Design. The exterior remained the same whilst the interior was transformed with a double height living room and mezzanine office. Paying homage to the building’s vernacular origins, the design scheme is simple with a largely monochrome palette, warmed with a washed oak floor and plenty of plants. The Ligne Roset Parachute Pendant Lights that illuminate the ground floor keep the space feeling cosy yet spacious. The generously sized Oswald Sofa Bed provides ample seating for the whole family as well as a king-sized bed for guests.
This winning image from Nikki Deakin Interior Design needed to be practical without missing out on style and personality. The end result is a dining room that’s simple, fun with some added luxe glamour too. Sharp, colour-dipped outlines are undercut by the natural hues of the oak flooring. The stunning trio Melt Pendant Light over the table creates a natural focal point over the Cross Dining Table. The neon ‘salud’ sign and colourful Eames DSW Chairs add playfulness to the space.
Pfeiffer Design was asked by a client to design a living/dining space in the basement of their Brighton townhouse. The brief was flexible: they were simply asked to “bring it to life”. So, they made the most of their creative freedom and drew inspiration from the room’s underground location. Knowing that the clients mainly use the space at night, the concept embraces and enhances darkness. The copper Mega Junction Chandelier illuminates the space beautifully and adds a sculptural element.
Interior Fox recently had the opportunity to style and furnish an industrial style show flat in Dalston, East London. The brief was to incorporate a slight 70s aesthetic to soften the industrial vibes. So, they incorporated a selection of fun pieces from Heal’s. This included the Brunel Side Table in light oak, Optic Table Lamp and Baverstock Heritage Throw.