It’s hard enough having to wake up when it’s still dark outside, but if you then leave the cosiness of your bed to go into a cold bathroom, your working day will not get off to a good start!

A cosy bathroom is one of life’s everyday luxuries – by installing our modern, highly efficient towel rails and designer radiators, you can heat your bathroom, keep your towels nice and toasty, and have a great-looking room.

All the towel rails and designer radiators that are suitable for bathrooms are hard-wearing and rust-proof, meaning they’ll not only look fantastic but will also continue to work efficiently and effectively for a long time to come.

Designer towel rails

If you’re looking for something that’s a bit out of the ordinary, check out our range of designer towel rails. All the radiators we sell are efficient enough to heat a standard UK bathroom, even in the depths of winter, so you can be confident that you will not be sacrificing efficiency for looks! If you like the industrial look, consider the Pajak radiator, an unusual copper pipe design that would look good in any room. Alternatively, the Metropolitan Spa will give your bathroom a dramatic splash of colour. Or go for a unique, striped effect with the Yucca Asymmetrical.

‘Dual-fuel’ towel rails

Many of our towel rails are ‘dual fuel’ which means they will work with your central heating, but also have an electric element allowing you to continue to use them even when your heating is turned off in the summer. This means that even in the warmer months when it can still be a bit chilly first thing, you can rest assured your bathroom will be cosy.

Electric towel rails

Alternatively, you could opt for an electric-only towel rail. These models are perfect if your bathroom isn’t connected to your central heating system – maybe you’ve built a small extension or an ensuite bathroom and can’t justify the extra work and expense needed to extend your central heating.

If you are looking for a heated towel rail, pop in to one of our radiator showrooms to see our ranges for yourself, and talk to a member of staff who will be able to advise you on the correct size radiator for your room.