Bristol Pendant - Ceiling Lights - #HealsAW15

Bristol Pendant - Ceiling Lights - The filament in the light bulbs remind me of when electricity flickers in a storm.

Oak framed teal armchair. Fawn at Heal's #GrandDesignsHeals

Sculpted from oak and finished in natural oil, the supple curves of the armchairs frame are exquisitely executed providing a dainty looking frame that is extremely robust and hardwearing.

Fawn Oak Sideboard #GrandDesignsHeals

Sculpted from oak and finished in natural oil, the supple curves of this sideboard are exquisitely executed providing a superbly smooth frame that is extremely robust and hardwearing.Not a hard angled corner in sight, the Fawn’s low frame contains a ra

Fawn solid oak framed sofa  #HealsAW15

I don't think I have ever seen a dodo or chair look so comfy. This is my absolute dream piece xx Fawn solid oak framed sofa

Monochromatic Dinnerware Aqua by Mervyn Gers #GrandDesignsHeals

I can imagine settin the Sunday lunch table with these. Monochromatic Dinnerware Aqua by Mervyn Gers

Dodie Bed  Bedroom styling.   The Dodie range was inspired by a bespoke suite of furniture designed by Ambrose Heal in 1932 for the author Dodie Smith - a former Heal's employee best known for writing The Hundred and One Dalmatians.

The Dodie range was inspired by a bespoke suite of furniture designed by Ambrose Heal in 1932 for the author Dodie Smith - a former Heal's employee best known for writing The Hundred and One Dalmatians.

Farrier's Cage Teardrop #GrandDesignsHeals

Designed by Anthony Dickens and crafted by Richard Fishenden, this arresting design combines traditional blacksmithing techniques with contemporary industrial forms.Forged and hammered by hand here in the UK, teardrop style Farrier’s Cage pendants are

The Dodie sideboard.  The Dodie range was inspired by a bespoke suite of furniture designed by Ambrose Heal in 1932 for the author Dodie Smith - a former Heal's employee best known for writing The Hundred and One Dalmatians.

The Dodie sideboard. The Dodie range was inspired by a bespoke suite of furniture designed by Ambrose Heal in 1932 for the author Dodie Smith - a former Heal's employee best known for writing The Hundred and One Dalmatians.

Modem Rug - #HealsAW15

To craft the rug it was woven using a traditional loom process making it thinner than knotted shag pile rugs.

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