Thousands of years later, the only thing that’s changed is the number of styles and designs on offer. Each Heal's store is stocked full of exclusive and designer lines helping you create tailored textiles for any application as well as a beautiful range of rugs, cushions and throws.
Floaty fabrics, neat pleats, tailored textiles and soft draping – window dressings have been a key consideration in the home since the days of Ancient Rome.
Expand your design horizons with our tailored fabric service
Beautiful designs are just a click away with our online selection of tailored upholstery and soft accessories.
Our swatch selector makes choosing a fabric for your sofa or armchair easy. Once you?ve selected your preferred style and size browse from a range of textures and tones or request a sample to help you make your final decision.
Tying an interior together, our soft accessories range beautifully blends colour, craft and comfort. The intricate textures of our cushions, rugs and throws bring harmony to a space while also producing stunning contrasts.
Made To Measure
Each of our five physical stores offer a range of tailored textiles services to help you create bespoke accessories for the home. Whether it?s for drapes, table linen or a unique piece for your wardrobe, our team will cut your cloth to any measurement required.
Fabrics LibraryOur designated Fabrics Library offers thousands upon thousands of textiles to choose from. With a specialist team of interiors enthusiasts on hand, finding the perfect complement to your d?cor is no problem.
By visiting us in-store you can pair any Heal?s exclusively designed sofas with literally hundreds of custom fabrics options. So if you fancy creating your own unique sofa or armchair, why not pop in to speak to one of our team.
In 2014, Heal's own-brand fabrics returned to our stores with the launch of our first textile collection since the 1970s.
Building upon our heritage of working with and promoting emerging and established designers, we commissioned 10 exclusive patterns that celebrate colour and individuality.
Named after the year that Heal's was established, 1810 is an exclusive collection of home accessories designed to update your space instantly.
The range of kitchen textiles and cushions feature selected patterns from our latest fabric range.
Having gained experience in the field during the Second World War, we soon switched are focus from making parachutes to pioneering new styles and techniques of textile production. This period saw a number of leading figures produce prints for our fabrics department, including long-running collaborations with Mid-century icons and experimental designers.
Borne out of her husband Robin Day's need for a modern fabric in keeping with his furniture, in 1951 Lucienne Day created the iconic Calyx for the Festival of Britain. Over the next two decades, Lucienne went on to design more than 70 patterns for Heal's fabrics department.
"Barabara Brown has become the golden girl of Heal's Fabrics" proclaimed our Fabrics brochure in 1967. Throughout the 1960s and early 1970s, the Royal College of Art graduate produced many designs for the fabrics department. Creating optical illusions, she used mathematical formulae to suggest motion, also employing strongly contrasting areas of light and shade to give a three-dimensional effect.