Enjoy a one-to-one design consultation with an expert from KLC at the Heal's fabric and design studio in association with Homes & Gardens
To celebrate the launch of its own label fabric range, Heal’s has teamed up with the KLC School of Design to offer readers complimentary design consultations in its fabric and design studio on Wednesday 21 May association with Homes & Gardens.
Book your appointment now and you will gain the expertise of KLC’s leading interior designers, covering everything from colour and textiles to interior design ideas and advice, to help you get your homes project off to a flying start.
The 25-minute sessions are available from 11am-4pm at the Heal’s fabric and design studio, 196 Tottenham Court Road, London.
Heal’s began as a bed and mattress firm in 1810 and has been designing and making high quality furniture ever since. “We have a tradition of working with the most talented designers, craftsmen and brands of the day to make furniture that is comfortable, beautiful and affordable,” says creative director Carmel Allen.
To book a consultation email Sarah Speddy at email@example.com, stating whether you would prefer a morning or afternoon session with your consultant.
Meet KLC’S Design Consultants
KLC was established more than 30 years ago and is a specialist school providing innovative in-depth interior and garden design courses for UK and international students. The consultants offering their services at Heal’s on 21 May will be:
Julia Begbie is a director at KLC School of Design where she has taught for ten years. In her career she has managed high-end residential projects, property developments and has experience of show house design and styling.
Bernay Laity has almost 20 years’ experience in interior design. Bernay is a expert in the psychology of colour who advises on choosing and using colour in a way that will positively impact on both behaviour and mood.
Karena Bouri is a KLC tutor as well as an interior designer specialising in textiles. She has worked on a variety of projects in the UK and internationally, including styling at the British Museum and another venture in the Alps.