Have you ever considered integrating a radiator as part of your overall kitchen design?
For most the kitchen is the beating heart of the home and in recent years the running trend has been to redecorate the kitchen or opting for the modern move towards open plan kitchen and dining area.
So if you’re going all out on a new kitchen, make sure your radiator is matching the stylish room you’re envisioning. Not just having to tolerate the white horizontal one hiding behind the clutter, you’ll be surprised by how simply changing your existing radiator will make a considerable impact on the room.
Even though the kitchen is probably the hottest room in the house especially when you’re cooking, you’ll still want to keep it heated in the cooler months to provide warmth and comfort. Plus, in the warmer months you’ll still need to keep your tea towels dry. After all, nobody wants soggy towels do they?
At Heating Style we have a range of strikingly stylish designer radiators that’d create a focal point for your room just like the Terma Salisbury vertical designer radiator - this isn’t just an intelligent heating solution for a kitchen where you want to make a feature from, Its tall design is space saving too!
We also have many other radiators available in a wide range of colours, shapes, sizes and materials to perfectly suit the style of your kitchen. The architecture of your kitchen is something that also needs to be taken into consideration when choosing your radiator, as it can be tricky to find room when a lot of wall space is taken up by kitchen units. This is why we have a complete range of designer radiators that will also help to optimize your space.
A radiator can make a huge difference to the overall look and feel of your room, they can also be worked into the room by placing them in quirky places, helping you to make the most of your space as we discovered in last week’s post – ‘Have you ever thought about putting radiators in unconventional places?’
A designer radiator completes the look and feel of any room, a radiator may be a necessity, but they can also be an accessory – speak to us today if you have a room that needs heating, and you need some inspiration!