We’ve got the best Heal’s furniture substitutes so you can get a mid-century modern vibe for less

Love Heal’s furniture? We’ve found the budget versions so you can save £££s but still get a load of stylish stuff

Heal's furniture in a loft style living room
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We love Heal’s furniture. If we could, we would deck out our entire homes solely in Heal’s furniture. But although we might have the interior style sense of a millionaire,  we definitely don’t have the budget. And, while we are advocates of treating yourself to a few key pieces, we also love a good bargain. So we spent our morning trawling the internet for the best Heal’s furniture lookalikes to save some money without compromising on style.

If you have been lusting after EVERYTHING on the Heal's site then this is for you. Go ahead splurge on one or two of their items – you know you deserve it. But if budget does not allow for a whole living room of Heal's masterpieces we are strong advocates for mixing and matching high street and high end for the look you want.

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Heal's furniture dupe from The Range

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Nice one, Dunelm. Just check out this Mid-century-style beauty, and if you go with the Dunelm Fulton side board over the (admittedly very lovely) McQueen walnut chest of drawers, you will be spending three figures instead of four. Yes, you read that right, Dunelm price = £179, Heal’s price = £6,210. 

Of course, the Heal's piece is made from hardwood walnut so you are paying for the love and care that has gone into growing and crafting that tree into this beautiful specimen. But if you are trying to live a Champagne lifestyle on a lemonade budget, get yourself to Dunelm.

Heal's furniture dupe at The Range

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We are seeing these clean-lined coffee tables everywhere at the moment: Heal’s, West Elm, Swoon, The Range? Yep, The Range is selling them for just £69.99, and that’s an amazing price even if you don’t compare it to the £205  it would cost you at Heal’s.

Heal's furniture dupes

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We’ve sung the praises of H&M furniture for a while now for its amazing quality, super style and affordable price points. The most recent range definitely has a Heal’s vibe, and this coffee table is a case in point as it’s very similar to one we spotted on the Heal’s website.

Heal's furniture Dunelm dupe

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Dunelm are at it again with nailing the Mid-century vibe that Heal's are often known and loved for. The Taylor three seater sofa is just £359, whereas the incredibly similar Mistral sofa from Heal’s is £2,149. What’s even better is that the Dunelm pick is actually a sofa bed, too. 

If you are buying for your forever home, then sure, splash out on the Heal's sofa. Move around a lot and never know if your new sofa will suit a future home? Opt for Dunelm. While it is built to last and will see you through a good few years of use, you can feel less guilty about popping it on Gumtree if it doesn't fit up the stairs to your new flat...

Heal's furniture dupe from Argos

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We’re sure we don’t need to tell you, but Argos is fast becoming the place to get on trend furniture at an amazing price. Seriously, can you see any difference between this £1,975 dining table from Heal’s and the £495 version from Habitat at Argos? We can't. Those clever souls at Habitat have use a combo of solid and veneered wood to keep the cost down. 

Heal's furniture dupe from Argos

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And here it is, another great high end v high street buy: the Madrid dining table (£1,699 from Heal’s) versus the Tribeca dining table (£249.99 from Argos). Sure, the Madrid is the refined dining table of our dreams, but with three kids and a dog stomping around? Tribeca, you're invited to our dinner party.

Heal's furniture dupe from Made

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A velvet bed is what dreams are made of, but they can get expensive. But look, here’s one from Made for just £699, a bargain when you compare it to Heal’s £1096 equivalent. 

Heal's furniture dupe from B&Q

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If you’re trying to decide between a holiday and a stylish new lamp, let us put you out of your misery and reveal that you can have both. This lamp from B&Q is just 50 quid. We know we are fickle, so we are waving goodbye to the £349 one from Heal’s and say hello to a mini break in Porto instead. 

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