Towel Rails – Curved

Curved heated towel rails are selling in far greater numbers now as bathroom designers are getting bored of the flat look, they are in fact far more practical as there is more clearance behind the heated towel rail for placing towels neatly.

A little trick I learnt for placing towels on the radiator for displaying heated towel rails in my showroom has stayed with me today as it is not only a great look but there are other hidden benefits.

Here’s the tip, hang the towel (folded length ways) over the first gap in the rails then tuck into the second gap so that the towel is behind the rail, it not only looks neat it also makes the heat project forward.

The towel rail Shown is the Greenwich from Tapstore which is 600mm wide and comes in at a very reasonable £66.00 in white and £121.00 in chrome. It is available in both 500 and 600mm wide versions and in heights ranging from 770 up to 1755mm.

Guaranteed for 5 years.

RRP £175.00 in chrome.

Heated Towel Rails – It’s that time of the year.

The Hove Heated Stainless steel towel rail is another fine example of the Sussex range from JIS, being Stainless steel it will give you at least 25% more heat than the standard chrome towel rail will produce and will not ever rot so you will pay more but the quality shines through with these towel rails.

To complement your new Hove designer radiator and to add that extra finishing touch that brings with it the practicality of somewhere to hang your towels they offer these useful towel hangers which are just as stylish as the rail itself.

Prices start from RRP £527.50 for the 1430 x 360mm