Always associated with warmth, delicious aromas and friendships, it’s unsurprising that kitchens are the rooms people naturally gravitate towards (especially at parties of course).
So when you’re redesigning your kitchen, or want to make some changes, or just replace your radiator, take a look at our huge range of designer radiators for kitchens that will make people want to be in the room even more!
When replacing their kitchen, people are willing to budget for thousands of pounds, sometimes tens of thousands. So this is a room in the house where you want to produce a wow factor.
The kitchen is the heart of the home and we want to be proud of it. Not only does every member of the family use it daily, but it’s the place where we entertain friends (even if your kitchen is too small to sit in, friends will usually come and chat with you while the kettle’s boiling).
So what’s the point in spending such huge amounts of money to create an amazing space, and then installing a boring, bog-standard radiator? Radiators don’t have to be a necessary evil, they can be an integral part of your interior design that’s eye-catching for all the right reasons.
Designer radiators for kitchens
Any designer radiator will look fantastic in your kitchen, so it boils down to personal choice. However, many designs also have practical features, such as the option to add a towel rail, which will make life a lot easier. Here are some of our suggestions for designer radiators that’ll look great in any kitchen.
The Square Tube Vertical is a great-looking design that complements any room in the house but is especially suited to the kitchen. It comes in single and double columns to give you the right heat output for the size of your room.
If you’re going for a natural and sustainable kitchen style, the Juta (or any of our Livingstone range) will be a great addition. Created from recycled marble and moulded into a beautiful, subtle pattern using energy-saving techniques, it is also fully recyclable at the end of its life (but that’ll be a long time in the future). You can even match it to the colour of your kitchen.
The industrial look is a huge design trend, and the unusual Pajak radiator will make a perfect addition. It’s pipe design incorporates towel rails and coat hooks so you can keep towels and tea towels dry, as well as have somewhere to hang coats and jackets on those days when you get caught in the rain.
The Arcadia Mirror combines a radiator with a mirror. It’s a great addition to a kitchen as you can place it so the mirror can reflect light, as well as enabling you to check you’re looking good before you leave the house or answer the door.
Many kitchens are small and compact, so if you don’t have much space but still want a wow factor, the Hot Spring will provide you with just that. This fun, corkscrew-shaped vertical radiator cannot fail to be a talking point at the same time as giving you room for more cupboard space.