Designer Radiators are a fantastic way to add a sense of style and allure to any room in your home, whilst also keeping you toasty warm throughout the year. Because let's face it... even in our British summer we can't always rely on the sun to shine; we still resort to using the central heating!
Add a Focal Point with a Designer Radiator
Design versus Heat Output
Designer Radiators are becoming an integral part of any interior Design, which is why there is a wide range of colours, shapes, and sizes. We can combine a high heat output and classy appeal.
How to Choose a Designer Radiator
Specifying the right radiators for your home can make all the difference to a room. Plan ahead making sure you also choose the right radiator for the space you want to heat. Size is also really important as a rule the bigger the size the greater the output.
The heat output
Possibly one of the most important considerations is knowing how much heat output is required to heat the entirety of the room. This will all depend on the size and volume of your room and from these measurements, you will be able to gauge exactly what radiators will accommodate your needs. One of the easiest methods is to utilise our very own BTU Calculator
The desired location is another major consideration, and this really is not as much of an issue as you may first think. Our selection of designer radiators is available in a multitude of shapes, sizes and designs all tailored to suit any size of room.
The Radiator Design
When choosing a radiator make sure it looks good in the space you want it to be in also. The colour and design are more important than the cost, as choosing the right radiator can truly transform a room. It is always worth going the extra mile to complete the look and feel of your home with the right colour size matched radiator. Choosing a vertical radiator
is sleek in any room, quite often the choice of a duel fuel is popular especially in the bathroom as it works from the central heating system and also electrically with electric heating element so can be used in summer when needing to dry towels. The choice of design really does depend on the type and size of your home. Larger rooms can accommodate larger radiators or possibly more than one of any shape and size whereas there are more delicate designs for the modern minimalist space.
Which is the best type of material to choose?
Bathrooms and kitchens, on the whole, would create a lot more moisture so the best option would be a stainless-steel design as it doesn’t rust. Bigger rooms and open spaces will be better equipped with an aluminium radiator as it warms up space quicker.