Gone are the days when a radiator was merely a piece of functional heating equipment within the home. These days, interior designers are constantly finding ways to make even the more mundane of household appliances into a complementary design feature within the home.
Radiators are no exception to this. They are available in a range of colours, styles and designs, so you can choose the perfect radiator to complement your decor. But which are the best designer radiators on the market today, and why should you consider heating your home with them?
A report in Speedy Gas London highlight some of the key benefits of vertical radiators as being space-saving, efficient and excellently designed. The Terma Ribbon radiator is no exception to this and is a great addition to any industrial-style bathroom, kitchen or living space. The steel exterior and ribbon design is stylish and contemporary.
These radiators come in either a vertical or horizontal design. The white exterior lends itself well to all colour schemes, and its smooth, chic yet simplistic design is eye-catching yet unassuming. Crafted from lightweight aluminium, this radiator can be attached to any wall and heats up quickly.
Milano Aruba Ayre
A smaller version of the Skye, this is another lightweight contemporary design, only on a smaller scale and with oval heating columns to create a stylish and modern look.
Hudson Reed Sloane
These innovative radiators from http://apolloradiators.co.uk combine two necessary functional household items with ease: a heating appliance and a mirror. Not only does this make for a handy tool to check your reflection, but it also reflects light in a room, giving the illusion of more space.
Hudson Reed Xcite
These radiators are a design feature in themselves. The stunning steel construction uses vertical columns to create an X shape and also comes in anthracite, black gloss and silver gloss finishes. Truly an eye-catching piece of architecture in any room, this radiator looks good and feels great.
Crafted from flat, sleek panels these radiators come in a variety of sizes, so they can fit seamlessly into any room. They are also available as electric heaters, meaning that you don’t always need to turn your whole central heating system on to reap the benefits.