Your radiators are likely something you rarely think about - even when you're thinking about improving your home. Take a walk around your house and focus on the radiators in each of your rooms. Notice something? Yes, they actually take up a lot of room. They dictate where everything else goes. They really do influence not only the aesthetics of your home, but the layout too.
You can have the most aesthetically appealing decor, but those monolothic white slabs of iron can really spoil the look. This has lead to the rise of designer radiators. Rather than try to make utilitarian looking radiators blend into the background, designer radiators proudly draw attention to themselves, and enhance the aesthetics of a room. Contemporary radiators literally come in all shapes and sizes, so you can find a design that fits the look you're trying to achieve. And even if you're the type who actually wants to give the idea that you have no radiators at all, then it's worth looking at the latest designs in radiators as many would give you the impression they are not radiators at all!
If your impression of radiators is stuck in the toothpaste white utilitarian model we all know about, I would advise you to revist the idea of possibly replacing your radiators with something more modern - you'll be surprised at the designs you'll find online.Article kindly provided by featureradiators.co.uk