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Kirk Truman

Heal’s – The ultimate destination for interior design

I do remember the magic of my first visit to Heal’s all too well. Entering through its doors on Tottenham Court Road, I was transported from the electricity of London’s dynamic high street on into one of its most inspiring and captivating stores.

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Showcasing over 100 designers, Heal’s brings together the best available in interior design, housed in what I feel is one of the most beautiful buildings in Central London. Heal’s opened its doors at 33 Rathbone Place in 1810 beginning a centuries-long journey in design and retail.

Walking about its maze of corridors, you will find an infinite array of interior musings. As you wander even further, you may be lucky enough to stumble across the famed brewer staircase, perhaps Heal’s most stunning feature. Designed by Ambrose Heal’s cousin Cecil Brewer, the stairs were completed in 1916 ready for the ascent to (and of) the famed Mansard Gallery which opened in 1917. As a suggestion; pass by the Ambrose Cafe on the 1st floor. Its carefully hidden away from the retail floors, and a perfect workspace away from home.

This article was written by Kirk Truman on March 21, 2018
Photo credit: Kirk Truman

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