This elegant shop stocks everything for the home including furniture, furnishings, gardening accessories and a stylish selection of gastro-items as well as a range of cookware and tableware.
Heal's, what's going on with you? I used to love wandering about your shop and lusting at the (often overpriced) home goods. Lately you've become a barren and sparse wasteland lacking fun kitchenwares and mostly having lots of decorative plates. Your signs say that "a new Heal's" is coming, but I'm not sure I want a new one. I like the old one just the way it was.more
I don't know what it is about Heal's, but I just love to go in there, even if just to browse. And its not because it is a rainy day on the King's Road, it just gives me a bit of a lift. Home wares with a sense of fun yet still functional. It is sort of a bit more trendy then Habitat, yet not quite as glam as the The Conran Shop. It sits in between its 2 sister home styled icons as the middle...more
Did I just walk into a more upscale Habitat? (and you know how I feel about Habitat)..
Heals can certainly put off the average customer because some of the things are pricer than they need to be, but their sofas were actually within reasonable price ranges and they were a hell of a lot more comfier than Habitat's and the quality was more up there. They actually offered more of a range of...more
Heal's is one of these stores that are a real magnet for me; if I am on the King's Road I will automatically check it out. I have bought furniture there several times, always a good experience. And their smaller items - stationery, household accessories... are usually so attractive that I find it very difficult to walk away without making a purchase. A must if you need anything for the house.more