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Time Out says
Tue Nov 30 1999
Heal’s may be the grand old dame of interiors stores, but its happy combination of excellent sourcing, helpful staff and a layout that’s constantly being reinvented means it manages to stay relevant. Heal’s commitment to sourcing new designers is impressive, while established names such as Orla Kiely, Clarissa Hulse, LSA and the Designers Guild are also well represented among the mirrors, rugs, bedlinen, clocks, cushions, art and photography available. The store’s ground floor is the most fun for casual browsers, offering a cornucopia of table- and kitchenware, toiletries and gift items, plus a terrific lighting department boasting such delights as Tom Dixon’s Beat pendant shades range. First and second floors house the bulk of the furniture, and for mid-century modernist fans, there’s a great selection of vintage Danish furniture.
Branches 234 King’s Road, SW3 5UA (7349 8411); 49-51 Eden Street, KT1 1BW (8614 5900)
Heal's 196 Tottenham Court Road