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This month we’ve been taking a look at the Historic Furniture and Homeware retailer, who for over 200 years have been firmly placed at the forefront of British furniture retail and even more astonishingly have called the same piece of prime real estate on London's Tottenham Court Road, home for most of that time.

In this third instalment, we discover Heal’s current Garden Furniture designs and offers suggestions for how you can bring a little piece of British history into your own home. For the upcoming Bank Holiday weekend, you can receive a 15% discount on garden furniture items until Monday 27th May.

Wicked Outdoor Collection

Heal's Wicked Outdoor Collection
Heal's Wicked Outdoor Collection

Designed by Alain Gilles for renowned Belgian designer and manufacturer, Vincent Sheppard, the Wicked outdoor furniture collection effortlessly combines comfortable functionality with considered design details.

The sofa is made from all-weather handwoven polyethylene wicker with a minimalist steel frame and presents a series of elegant curves throughout its soft, flowing form.

Complete with coffee and side tables featuring an aluminium frame with a solid teak top, the Wicked collection is perfect for outdoor spaces throughout the warmer months.

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Eos by Case

Eos Outdoor Furniture Collection
Eos Outdoor Furniture Collection

Designed by Matthew Hilton, who designs for leading furniture makers such as Case, De La Espada and SCP, many of Hilton's designs are considered icons with pieces such as his Balzac Chair held in the permanent collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum. The Contemporary and lightweight proportions of EOS convey Matthew Hilton’s leading designer credentials.

Perfect for relaxed al fresco dining and enjoying hazy summer evenings, EOS is crafted from weather and rust-resistant powder-coated aluminium with textiline seat pads and grey cushions.

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Ballare by Skagerak

Ballare Outdoor Collection
Ballare Outdoor Collection

Designed with a use-and-preserve mindset with a strong focus on the lifespan of their designs, Skagerak were established in 1976 and specialise in beautiful Scandi outdoor furniture. Their products focus on craftsmanship, quality and design, bringing beauty into everyday life with ranges that will last for generations.

Designed by Jakob Berg, the Ballare Garden Chair and Extending Garden table are designed with the versatility of wood in mind. Made from Teak, hard-wearing and perfect for outdoor use, both will create a unique silvery patina over time. The table looks perfect surrounded by the Ballare Garden chairs, creating a relaxed outdoor experience, perfect for entertaining in the summer months.

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If you like the products we’ve selected for you, we've organised a special discount for our readers:

15% off Heal's Garden Furniture

Simply visit Heal's Garden Furniture

Or for more deals, take a look at Heal's OX Loves page

T&Cs: This discount is valid until 27th May 2019, not valid with any other offer, on sale items, or on our Lowest Price Guarantee Range

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