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.
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The price is a bit expensive
but it is surely worth the money that you pay for a good furniture design. It
is also the best spot to buy some interesting presents. Truly a great shop!more
A mixed review of Heal's.
I like Heal's or at least the concept of what Heal's is and what it used to be. For me it was a place that was the epitome of good taste in modern design where you could come and imagine how you design and furnish your des res penthouse that you would have one day. I've been several times in recent years however and found it didn't quite live up to my expectations...more
This shop has been here since 1840! And if you look in the right places you can tell. The outside of the building is beautiful and used to take up the whole space including Habitat. The staircases are also classy.
Everything here is top quality and the price tag reflects it.
My favourite bit is browsing the kitchen section looking for things to make my life easier and dinner parties...more
Heals, Habitat, Conran and Conrans wife.......
Sometimes one tries too hard at a review title. This may have been my step to far. I apologise. Anyway, Heals is a bloody useful store. All the unnecessary, shiny, smelly things in life on the ground floor. Perfect for birthdays, christmas and all other gift giving times. A good range of quality 'stuff' and interior design accessories for the...more
I once found a copy of 'Elle Decoration' on the train and asked my friend whether we were too young to care about the interior of our - rented - flats. Her response? An unequivocal yes. After visiting Heals on Tottenham Court Road, I'm afraid I'll have to agree to disagree.
If expensive furnishings are your thing then you needn't look further than Heals. A more upmarket version of both Ikea...more