Home inspiration: HEAL’S lighting

On Monday, I spent the day with the marketing team at HEAL’S helping to create a “real-life” version of the room set designed by #HealsChallenge winner A Diary of Lovely. Not only did we have a brilliantly fun day of filming, but also got to go exploring around HEAL’S stunning Tottenham Court Road store.

Without doubt, my favourite part of HEAL’S is the lighting department. I could quite happily spend ages wandering around here – these are just a few of the inspiring lighting designs that caught my eye.

These ‘Jeeves’ and ‘Wooster’ lights – shaped like a bowler hat and top hat are genius. I think they’d look marvellous with some moustache-patterned wallpaper, don’t you?

HEAL'S blue glass lights

Bespoke light by Bocci (available in-store only)

This glass light by Bocci is incredible. It’s not available online because every single design is created to be totally bespoke. You can choose from 52 different colours and all the glass is hand-blown – meaning your light will be one-of-a-kind. You can pick any design too, whether that’s just one huge glass sphere or hundreds.

The Vita Eos Pendant Shade is made from individual goose feathers. It’s achingly elegant and would make a beautiful focal point for a bedroom. Though you’d totally have to start calling it your boudoir.

And finally… No, your eyes do not deceive you, that is indeed a tiny little chandelier encased INSIDE A LIGHT BULB. I think this may well be the coolest thing I have ever seen. There’s something exquisitely fairytale-like and magical about this pendant light by Young and Battaglia. As my friend Becki said, it’s absolutely amaze-bulbs.

Amazebulbs

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