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Discover the beautiful new Heal's furniture spring 2020 collection

See the stunning pieces landing at Heal's for spring next year

As the end of the year approaches, a number of retailers are starting to give us a sneak peek into what will be landing in store for spring next year - and the Heal's furniture 2020 collection is definitely something for interior-lovers to get excited about.

Heal's furniture is known for its innovative design and enduring craftsmanship and, for the new season, will be applying this to a focus on back-to-nature harmony.

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Throughout the collection, organic forms offer a sense of springtime serenity. The stripped-back colour palette of warm neutral tones is complemented by cool lilacs, muted pinks and crisp greens. Pale woods and organic fabrics create a cohesive range of furniture that are perfect updates for the new season.

Bringing neutral schemes to life, accessories in primary colours offer a simple way to inject personality into the home. Deep teals are paired with bright rust shades to create a pop of colour against the backdrop of nude shades.

Featuring sustainable processes and materials, while celebrating both emerging and familiar design talent, Heal's furniture spring 2020 at showcases the longevity of quality designs.

See highlights from the Heal's furniture spring 2020 collection:

Wallis sofa in fabric by One Night Eight Five for Heal’s

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The striking Wallis sofa is designed by Russell Pinch for Heal’s and this season is upholstered in an exclusive printed fabric designed by London-based studio One Nine Eight Five. The illustration on this statement piece features paint strokes of colour that take inspiration from the soft and calming tones that emerge during springtime. A warming palette of nudes, pinks and greens is in perfect keeping with the neutral tones that are prevalent for the season, but will add interest into any compact space.

Shown in the new smart luxe matt velvet in Aura print, the Wallis can be paired with a variety of feet options, including walnut stain, black and natural ash wood. A contrasting fabric can be chosen for the sides and back to complete the unique design. From £1,799.

Crawford bedroom by Heal’s

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The Crawford Heal's furniture collection has been created by award- winning designer Rob Scarlett who designed the bestselling Brunel range. On the bed, a soft fawn velvet headboard sits against blonde oak and brass legs for an understated feminine elegance.

The 10-piece range features gently scooped detailing throughout, emphasising the use of solid oak. The sculptural solid brass handle creates a distinct and unique feature that runs across the collection.

The new limited edition Woman range of fabrics showcases the female form through a line drawing by One Nine Eight Five, celebrating the beauty found in every woman. Each piece is crafted from recycled cotton and 10% of all profits will be donated to the UK eating disorder charity, Beat. Crawford bedroom furniture prices from £299.

Crawford dining by Heal’s

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Exclusive to Heal’s furniture and boasting an expertly crafted, contemporary design is the new Crawford dining range by British designer, Rob Scarlett. Perfect for smaller spaces, the Crawford features a blonde oak frame, which is paired with solid brass detailing for a soft touch of glamour, while gently chamfered edges bring elegance to the collection. The use of brass within the table and bench designs offer an element of refined luxe – perfect for special occasions or entertaining friends and family at any time of year. Crawford dining furniture prices from £449.

Portobello compact corner chaise by Heal’s

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Though small in scale, the Portobello sofa brings maximum impact to homes that are short on space but big on style. Shown in a distinctive brushed cotton, the three seater corner chaise injects personality into neutral schemes, while its unique silhouette draws the eye and creates a bold focal point. Poised on slim black aluminium legs, the compact sofa has a minimal footprint with maximum seating and brings sophisticated playfulness into contemporary homes. From £2,249.

Nova extending table by Heal’s

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New for SS20, the Nova extending dining table has been designed in-house by the Heal’s furniture team. Available in oak or walnut finishes and handcrafted from solid wood, the Nova can be paired with bench seating or dining chairs to accommodate the changing needs of busy lifestyles.

When in its smallest formation, the Nova comfortably seats six to eight people. When fully extended using a simple double butterfly mechanism, the table can easily sit 12 people, making it the perfect centrepiece for celebrations with family and friends. Pair with a statement light over the dining table to bring a sense of drama into a dining space. From £2.599.

Eton corner sofa by Heal’s

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Spring/Summer 2020 sees an update to the sumptuously sophisticated Eton range. Bringing comfort and beautifully sleek mid- century design to busy households, the new corner sofa configuration is now available in a wide range of fabrics and leather to sit boldly within any scheme. Shown in a durable and stain resistant Italian smart luxe velvet, the soft feather and fibre filled cushions offer exceptional comfort as well as practicality.

This season also brings fresh updates to lighting, fabrics and home accessories. The nude colour palette works throughout the collection with pops of bright colour and anchored by lighting in black. From £4,799.

Remi storage by Heal’s

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The Heal's furniture Remi storage collection is also brand-new for SS2020. Sleek, slatted design taps into this season’s trend for refined linear detailing, which is juxtaposed against the piece’s gently curved profile. Remi is a five-piece collection available in a choice of solid veneer walnut with a veined black marble top and stained black plinth legs, or an oak finish with white marble and oak legs. Incredibly versatile, Remi offers an equal measure of elegance and practicality and is set to be a staple within any interior scheme, whether it be a minimal, Scandi-inspired or a suave and sophisticated setting. Price, £3,299.

Lars bedroom by Says Who for Heal’s

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Offering the simplicity and refinement of Scandinavian design, Lars is an expertly designed painted collection of bedroom furniture by Danish design brand, Says Who. Comprising a double and king size bed, wardrobe, bedside table and three choices of drawer units, the range is characterised by minimalist design and supreme functionality, making it the go-to addition for any chic, modern bedroom. Lars features integrated solid walnut leg plinths and is carefully designed with fine groove detailing and solid wood lips. The pairing of deep walnut tones with a matte painted grey finish gives each piece a cool and contemporary timeless appeal. Lars bedroom furniture from £399.

Matera chaise by Heal’s

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The popular Matera range has been extended to now include a sleek and stylish chaise and bench. The minimal design is available in buttery-soft aniline Daino leather and features neat pleated detailing, which sits atop slim black metal legs, completing the contemporary look. Available in two fabric options and six leather variations, it’s easy to find an option to suit any interior. The mixed density foam seat includes memory foam, offering both practicality and comfort, ensuring that the chaise maintains its elegant shape over time. From £1,999.

The new Heal's furniture spring 2020 pieces will start landing in store from March 2020. Visit www.heals.com.

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