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Matthew Hilton’s Bookshelf

Innovation is no small task. So it’s no surprise that designers and craftsmen are always on the lookout for visual material to ...

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Interview with interior designer April Russell

  April Russell trained at London’s Inchbald School of Design and at Sotheby’s, where she developed her talent and ...

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Wool Week at Southwark Cathedral

Wool Week at Southwark Cathedral The temparature is dipping just as we go into the second half of Wool Week. Head to the ...

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An Uncommon Thread: Wool Week 2014

An Uncommon Thread: Wool Week at Heal's As part of the Campaign for Wool, started by HRH The Prince of Wales five years ago, we’re showcasing some of our best wool products including an exclusive collection of knitted lights by Naomi Paul. Each sculptural pendant light is hand crocheted in ...

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Out of the Dark

We are lucky enough to collaborate on workshop events with Out of the Dark, a charitable organisation that revamps beloved furniture as a way to educate and employ youth from disadvantaged backgrounds. We sat down with Jade, the Co-Founder of the organisation and asked her some ...

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Designing the Abacus Bed

We sat down with Kirsty Whyte, the designer of our new Abacus bedroom range – a modern interpretation of Heal’s historic iron bedsteads – to discuss her inspiration. Can you describe Abacus to us? The Abacus bed was designed using a traditional early 20th-century iron bedstead as ...

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Heritage | Iron Bedsteads

It was in the year of 1810 – when King George III was declared insane, Napoleon Bonaparte divorced Josephine, Jane Austen wrote Sense and Sensibility and tinned cans were invented to preserve food – that John Harris Heal opened a small feather-dressing business at 33 Rathbone Place. Bringing a ...