Monday, 7 August 2017

En-Vogue for 2017

En-vogue for 2017

It is important to constantly review and adapt when it comes to new fashion, trends and ideas in interior design. This includes on-trend colours or new and innovative materials to fit your homes design and heating needs. We have collated a huge range of designer radiators including central heating and electric models in almost every finish imaginable.  As we are a radiator specialist we take great pride in being at the forefront of radiator design.
Below is a number of products recently added to our ever growing collection. These represent the latest in design and trends for 2017. For any further information or further details please feel free to call our experts on 01274 567789, or find us online @

Colour is king
On trend for 2017, ElleDecor says, "You can never have too much blue."
Pure quality and classic styling.  The Gainsborough ball jointed towel radiator is a welcome addition to any bathroom bringing warmth and space to hang your towels.   

Central heating, electric and dual fuel versions available.

On trend for 2017, Vogue says, Green is “strong again.” 
From lime green to emerald, the hue works throughout the home—whether it’s as a wall colour, a room-filling rug or even a radiator!Equally at home in Victorian drawing rooms and state-of-the-art kitchens, the Classic design moves easily from period homes to contemporary interiors. A wide range of sizes, shapes and finishes can be interpreted to create your own personal style. Black, aluminium and anthracite look particularly striking in hi-tech surroundings. Timeless and versatile, this radiator is a true design classic.

Materials matter 

When talking about what’s on trend in 2017 we need to look past colours and look at the materials themselves. This extends into the heating world with new and exciting materials popping up all over. From your classic steel column radiator to new stone and marble models the world really is your oyster. When it comes to style there is no set shape. Radiators have moved on form a rectangular corrugated panel on your wall.  
On trend for 2017, Vogue's Young Huh, who was named one of Vogue’s five young interior designers, promises marble will continue to dominate in 2017. “We’re going to see this trend in both kitchens and baths,” Huh explains. “It’s that combination of something very natural and clean, white marble."

Form and function combined

Using a clever design innovation to solve two problems is always a good idea. Using ultra polished stainless steel to get an almost flawless mirror finish whist effectively heating a space in now achievable with the Supermirror. Especially useful for smaller bathrooms the corrugated aluminium radiator will heat the stainless steel panel from behind meaning your mirror won’t fog up and spoil your view.

Industrial Chic
It’s about proudly displaying the building materials that many try to conceal. It’s about adding a raw, unfinished look to the most 
thoughtfully designed homes. It’s about selecting pieces that 
are as much about function as style. It’s industrial interior 
This stunning bare metal radiator goes right to the core of industrial chic design. Bringing effortless cool and stylish warmth, the Core 
looks equally at home in contemporary as well as traditional interiors. 
The natural bare metal surface is protected by a luscious deep lacquer 
ensuring good looks for the long haul.

So whether it’s a new pallet of colours, exciting new materials or a radiator with dual function times are constantly changing in the world of design and designer radiators. We’ll keep you right up to speed and let you know what’s hot as our range continues to grow.

Josh Wilkinson
Feature Radiators. 

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