Here at Only Radiators, we want to show off some of the ways our customers style our products. Radiators and heated towel rails aren't simply just essential household items, but something to make a statement and add style to your space.
We've put together this small selection of our top picks - from striking column radiators to modern brass towel rails.
Features our Harbour Status flat heated towel rail in brushed brass.
This brass beauty will no doubt add a touch of sparkle to your bathroom with its sleek design and indulgent finish. Brass looks particularly great against white, black, light pinks and navy, and is becoming a very popular finish around the home in 2021.
We have a selection of brass towel rails on our site in a range of sizes and designs:
This classic radiator has durability and design on its side; the sturdy mild steel build with the pristine white finish gives this radiator the best of both worlds! The white finish looks especially great paired against this navy blue wall, and provides the perfect balance between modern and traditional design. To keep your radiators in pristine condition, check out our guide on how to clean a radiator.
Column radiators produce great heat outputs for their size and will also hold onto their heat for longer than other radiator types. Not only that, they will also add a touch of old fashioned class to your home.
We collaborated with Lucia on her bathroom renovation, to bring her dreams of a stylish boutique hotel to reality. Lucia opted for brushed brass assets along with neutral tiles and walls, and complemented this all with a wooden vanity. Our Harbour Status brushed brass ladder towel rail is a popular choice among our customers and never fails to add a touch of class.
Features our Butler & Rose horizontal designer 2 column style radiator in RAL Jet Black.
Low level radiators are great for rooms with limited wall space, as they can fit beneath large windows, in hallways or conservatories. This one has been made to order to the customer to perfectly fit in with the colour scheme of her living room and we love the finished result. Using similar colours for your radiator and wall paint is a great way to blend the radiator into the room, giving a seamless and 'barely there' finish.