By Jacky Parker
One of the UK's oldest and much loved furniture retailers, Heal’s has announced the opening of a brand new outlet store, on Chiswick high street this week.
Now open – in time for the Christmas shopping rush and festivehome decorating – the new 2,080 sq ft store, brings a selection of best-selling and instantly recognisable pieces to the leafy streets of West London.
Situated between the many other homeware brands on Chiswick High Road, as well as vintage treasure trove, The Old Cinema, and a host of independent interior boutiques, you can expect to see collections of the best in contemporary design – all at discounted prices – adding to the appeal of this unassuming zone 3 design destination.
See the beautiful kitchen collection now available at Heal's.
The retailer will offer a selection of cancelled, returned and overstocked pieces all at significantly reduced prices, with up to 70% off across Heal’s furniture,lighting and accessories, as well as branded products.So there will be an ever evolving and surprising selection of pieces to choose from.
A sign of the current times perhaps, but there aren't many of us who don't love a bargain or a canny find, particularly when it's a design you love or a well-made piece of furniture that will last a lifetime.
Hamish Mansbridge, CEO of Heal’s, comments: “The success across each of our bricks and mortar stores over the last 12 months is a testament to our understanding of customer demand for designs that will last a lifetime.“We’re delighted to be able to bring Heal’s to Chiswick, offering an exciting outlet for hoppers to discover their favourite designs.”
Heal’s Chiswick Outlet,124 – 126 Chiswick High Road, W4 1PU.
Store hours:10am – 6pm Monday to Saturday;11am – 5pm Sunday.
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