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Phone: 020 7636 1666
Heal's Tottenham Court Road store is located opposite Goodge Street tube station, equidistant from Tottenham Court Road and Warren Street tube stations.
The nearest NCP car park is on Cleveland Street. Local street-parking is available only on Sundays.
More than simply a store, our historic flagship building is a landmark of London’s west end. The centre point of the capitals premier furniture street, Heal’s Tottenham Court Road is just a short walk from bustling Oxford Street, making it the perfect stop for some designer retail therapy.
First opened in 1854, our flagship store offers 42,000 square feet of retail space over three floors. The ultimate destination for designer furniture, lighting and homewares, the building plays host to dedicated design showrooms for Ligne Roset, Kartell and Vitra as well as our in-store services such as Made for You furniture and a bespoke Styling Service.
Designed and built in a Venetian palazzo style by J Morant Lockyer, the Heal's flagship has seen a few changes over the years since 1854.
While the majestic arches and decorative maquettes of the stores facade are certainly a sight to behold, venture inside to see Cecil Brewer’s stunning spiral staircase. Built in 1916, the centrepiece was recently refurbished with a bespoke chandelier from lighting specialists Bocci.
The lifeblood of Heal’s, our store team is at the very heart of the business. Visit us in store and find out how we can help you transform your home with the help of our specially trained Stylists.
Assistant Store Manager
"Heal’s has played host to countless design icons, it's a special place to work"
"It’s a joy to work for a brand that is not only a part of design history, but continues to be at the forefront of interior style."
"I love helping customers achieve their ideal style, creating new, and comfortable spaces in their home"
Junior Home Manager
"I find it’s little finishing touches that can really make a room come to life and truly represent a person."