You’ve just finished designing your perfect bathroom. You’ve gone for the roll top bath, the luxurious walk in shower and the counter top basins and now you’re stuck on the radiator.
These days you don’t have to go for the unsightly radiators that have plagued us for so many years, there is no hard and fast rule that says you have to have a white ugly radiator that is floor mounted any more. There are some stunning designer radiators available, finished in chrome to blend in beautifully with your new bathroom design.
The designer radiators that are available for your bathroom come with two options, there are the wall mounted designs and the floor standing designs. The beauty is the chrome finish which enhances your bathroom design, complementing the space and blending in with the taps you have chosen.
When it comes down to selecting designer radiators you need to take your complete bathroom design into consideration. How much space you have available is important. For example, compact bathrooms benefit from the wall mounted designs, this doesn’t compromise floor space and works as a piece of modern art on your bathroom wall where you can hang a towel and keep it warm while you bath or shower.
The wall hung designs are usually rectangular in shape that hang vertically, they have two straight bars on either side, either tubed or square design and then bars horizontally down them, also tubed or square, depending on the design you have chosen.
There are also the curved designs, these are stylish in any bathroom design, pushing out again the wall slightly in a modern and sophisticated bend that blends in with your bathroom décor.
The floor mounted designer radiators on offer these days are definitely not ugly, again they are finishing in polished chrome and while the same shape as your traditional radiators you probably have throughout your house, they have straight vertical bars which look fantastic with any bathroom design.
Pay careful attention to the size when choosing designer radiators, measure your wall or floor space before making a decision. You don’t want your new radiator to overpower your bathroom design, it should complement the space, blend in with your fixtures and fittings and work as an art piece that becomes a show stopper.