A first look at Heal's SS21 fabulous new furniture and lighting

Heal's new collections reflect our new way of living and working

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Christmas may be coming but seeing Heal's new season collections for SS21 is making us eager for Spring.

Designed to reflect our new way of living, Heal's aim with the new collections was to also acknowledge the need for escapism. The new furniture and lighting includes playful silhouettes, expressive colour combinations and creative, multi-purpose pieces.

Alongside collaborations with familiar names such as Says Who and Adam Daghorn, there are a host of new faces with designs to suit modern homes

We've picked out the pieces we're coveting the most.  


With the recent travel restrictions, bringing boutique hotel comfort and style to our own bedrooms has been high on the agenda for many. 

Designed exclusively for Heal’s by Adam Daghorn, the Amira bedroom collection will bring a five star feel to your sleeping quarters. 

Daghorn's ethos is to craft ‘antiques of the future’ through exquisitely executed design, which will be timeless for generations to come.

Built from solid walnut and walnut veneer, the Amira chest of drawers and bedside cabinet have mitre-join corners, routered handles and softly shaped edging. 

Amira sits beautifully bedside the Marlow Four Poster Bed, which is now available in a super-king size.


Amira 8 drawer wide chest £1,299, Amira bedside table £399 by Adam Daghorn; Marlow bed in king £2,899 by Tim Rundle; Washed Linen olive bedding from £28 by Heal’s; Cobra double mini vase £70 by 101 Copenhagen; Cobra uno vase in bubble white £80 by 101 Copenhagen; Shapes of colour print £45 by Paper Collective; Candy Stripe terracotta cushion £49 by Heal’s; Barnsbury pale pink cushion from £29 by Heal’s; Hepworth cushion by Niki Jones £79; Circa LED lamp £129 by Heal's

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Heal's has turned to traditional techniques with Somerset, its newest sofa collection. 

Each frame is meticulously crafted using authentic construction methods. Out go modern foam block fillings; in come layers of springs, sustainable horsehair and recycled felt, all finished with a wool interlining.

Recycled foam is repurposed to create robust support and shaping, and 100% feather filled cushions offer sumptuous seating.

Characterised by its curved lines and plump cushioning, Somerset will be available as a footstool, armchair, three-seater and four-seater sofa.


Somerset 4 seater sofa in linen mix fabric £3,349 by Heal’s; Anais coffee table £1,149, Anais side table £579 by Heal’s; Arguto rug mixed £539 by Linie Design; Colonial armchair £2,215 by Carl Hansen; Hawkins wooden tripod floor lamp with shade £399 by Heal’s; abstract cushion in pale coral by Niki Jones £109; Harlequin cushion by Niki Jones £99; Hepworth cushions by Niki Jones £79; Square vase £50 by 101 Copenhagen; Duck bowl £32 by 101 Copenhagen; Flower pot £39 by Serax.

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Danish design-duo Says Who has made a return to Heal’s for its third season, following the standout success of the Lars and Glide furniture collections. 

The studio’s signature pared-back Scandi aesthetic will complement any modern living space and this time it has created the Flette desk.

Taking its name from the Danish translation of ‘Cane’, the beautiful Flette collection (which includes a sideboard), is offset by a pale blonde solid oak and oak veneer exterior, with softened corners and beautifully rounded legs. 

The desk offers a more feminine, lightweight approach to a home office, and could easily double up as a dressing or console table. 


Flette desk £649 by Says Who; CH24 Wishbone chair from £443 by Carl Hansen & Son; Milton desk lamp blue/brass £165 by Heal’s; Stormy Palm print £45 by Paper Collective; Dapple vase in blue £29 by Heal’s; Grib Toolbox £59 by Ferm LIVING, Hanson jute rug £189 by Heal's.

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2020 saw drab outdoor spaces get the style treatment. For those who've yet to redesign a terrace or who've acquired a larger garden, the Petra collection will bring a stylish modern feel to an outdoor space.

Crafted in Treviso, Italy, the Petra dining table is topped with a natural Italian ceramic, which benefits from heat resistant, non-porous and scratch-proof qualities so it's suitable outside whatever the season. 

Petra’s bench and table frames are made with recycled steel from the automotive industry, while the chairs are made from recycled aluminium (and all are delivered with 100% recyclable packaging). 

The design also features self-levelling legs, balancing out uneven ground - plus its lightweight materials make the set easy to store, stack and relocate from a conservatory to a terrace or garden, for stylish dining in any weather. 


Petra dining table £799; Petra side chair pair £399; Petra armchair pair £459; Petra bench £399 by Heal’s; Cabana stripe terracotta cushion £45 by Heal’s; Handwoven recycled cotton throw £99 by Original Home; Hourglass planter £59 by Ferm LIVING; Flow tableware from £19 by Ferm LIVING; Ripple Carafe £29 by Ferm LIVING>

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Jacky Parker is a London-based freelance journalist and content creator, specialising in interiors, travel and food. From buying guides and real home case studies to shopping and news pages, she produces a wide range of features for national magazines and SEO content for websites

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