Transform your home with statement lighting. Where better to shop for clever, contemporary design than at heal’s Festival of Light this autumn…
Everyone knows that the best way to utterly – and instantly – transform a space is through clever lighting. Rather like a film score, when done well, the right lighting can effortlessly enhance the drama and dramatically shift a mood. When it doesn’t work, it can ruin the cleverest ideas.
With its breathtaking selection of iconic designs, Heal’s has long been the definitive starting place for all modern and contemporary lighting. The store has a distinguished history for being at the cutting edge of design – today it works with names such as Tom Dixon, Anglepoise and Flos. Need a classic stem floor light, an exposed bulb or a centrepiece pendant or chandelier to make a statement? Then visit the lighting showroom in Heal’s flagship Tottenham Court Road store (where you will get authoritative advice on how best to light your space), or browse for inspiration online at heals.com.
heal’s Festival OF Light
To celebrate its role at the forefront of lighting design, Heal’s is organising an exclusive event in October, The Festival of Light. Windows and the entire ground floor will display its extensive range – and will include areas curated by leading lighting designers. Highlights include an exclusive ‘Make Your Own’ Anglepoise® Studio collection, new products from innovative brands such as wrong.london and a preview of new designs from statement chandelier designer Charles Lethaby, which are exclusive to Heal’s.
…and Meet the industry Luminaries
Want to know about lighting your space or the future of modern lighting design? Then join the leading lights of the industry at the Heal’s Q&A session, which takes place in the lighting showroom in the Tottenham Court Road store on Thursday 20 October from 6-9pm. As part of the Heal’s Festival of Light, it’s a unique opportunity to pick the brains of a panel of industry leaders, which includes designers Tom Dixon, Sebastian Wrong and Flos’s Michael Anastassiades. The evening is hosted by our own Livingetc editor Suzanne Imre. Tickets are just £15 and include drinks and a goody bag.
Handmade with a solid marble base and aluminium shade, the Line Two floor lamp, £529, by Knut Bendik Humlevik and Rune Krøjgaard for Norr 11 at Heal’s, makes a bold contemporary lighting statement