the wildsmith house

"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better"

Albert Einstein


Enter the world of radical botany this spring

THE WILDSMITH HOUSE, an immersive treatment space and nature installation at Liberty London, Regent Street.

Situated in the historic department store’s First Floor Atrium, the ambitious opening offers customers a unique opportunity to experience a taste of WILDSMITH SKIN’S clinically proven RADICAL BOTANY FACIAL – all while immersing themselves in woodland transplanted from the rolling Heckfield Estate, Hampshire to the bustling heart of W1.


Clinically proven

Inspired by the transformative effects of the original facial – clinically proven to increase skin moisture levels by 194% after 24 hours – this specially curated 30-minute version incorporates GUIDED BREATHWORK, GENTLE CLEANSE AND EXFOLIATION, MYOFASCIAL RELEASE, and a PURPOSEFUL SELECTION OF CLINICALLY PROVEN SKINCARE to help ground and centre the mind, while delivering fresh, hydrated, healthier looking skin.

Accompanying the facial, a natural soundscape recorded over three consecutive nights during the first lockdown on the Heckfield Estate will be available to stream via airpods provided. A chance for guests to further retreat from the urban environment and immerse themselves in nature’s soothing soundtrack, all the while absorbing the benefits of advanced bioactive formulas used by their highly trained WILDSMITH PRACTITIONER.



Running in tandem on the ground floor throughout the installation, the full WILDSMITH SKIN range will also be available to purchase from a brand-new retail space inside the iconic Liberty Beauty Hall from the 14th of March 2024, as well online.

The counter features a recently coppiced hazel branch cut during the tree’s winter dormant period from the arboretum at Heckfield Place by our Head Arborist Dom.


Populated with the descendants of the original Arboretum

Designed to evoke the natural surroundings of THE BOTHY BY WILDSMITH, the award-winning wellbeing space at Heckfield Place, THE WILDSMITH HOUSE will invite guests to embrace SLOW TIME and reconnect with nature’s pace while discovering the healing power of the great outdoors through the soil bed and trees.

The space is populated with descendants of original specimen trees which had been originally planted by botanist William Walker Wildsmith in the 1860s, and include Japanese Cedar and Lawson Cypress grown from seed by Heckfield’s resident arborist team.