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How to heat the warmest room in the house

How to heat: Bathrooms

Column cast iron radiators in grand marble and chrome bathroom
Grace 4C 19in in Full polish with Windsor Satin Nickel TRV.

 

A bathroom needs to be more than just comfortable. It should feel both tranquil and opulent; the key to that sensation is warmth.

 

Ornate traditional radiator in modern Victorian bathroom
Rococo III 18in in Ashen White with Windsor Antique Brass TRV.

 

With the ambient, low-frequency heat cycles offered by cast-iron, you can keep the bathroom cosy from your morning shower through till your evening soak.

 

Sun drenched bathroom with large white oval freestanding vessel bath. Traditional towel radiator. Parquet floor. Polished 4 column cast Iron radiators.
Vivien 8 towel radiator accompanied with Grace 4C 19in in Full Polish.

 

For larger bathrooms you can truly luxuriate in using cast iron radiators in combination with towel warmers positioned close to the bath or shower. Towel warmers give you convenient hanging space and an extra boost of warmth where you need it.

 

Gold towel 5 bar towel warmer in contemporary bathroom.
Elara 5 in gold, wall mounted with electric installation.

 

You can opt for an electric towel warmer so you can place it pretty much anywhere in the room and also run it independently from the central heating, meaning toasty towels year round.

 

Ensuite bathroom and towel radiator
Vivien 5 towel radiator fitted with Windsor TRV

 

If you have space restrictions in the bathroom, you can go for a tall Florence column radiator or a combined radiator and towel rail from the Vivien collection.

Chrome towel warmer in bold green victorian terrace bathroom
Elara 4 towel warmer in Chrome finish with Niva Chrome TRV.

 

Elara towel warmers are a compact, space-saving option. In the smallest of bathrooms an Elara may even be all you need to heat the room.