Traditional Towel Radiators

Fine Victorian Towel Radiators

The traditional and Victorian towel radiators we stock are constructed from low carbon steel. They can be powered using any kind of central heating system. This means there is no need to look any further for your perfect radiator.

Our traditional towel rails are coated with three layers of copper, an additional layer of nickel and a triple layer of chrome. This ensures that your new designer radiator is long lasting, rust-free, and has a gleaming mirror finish.

Design Features

Inspired by a time gone by, our traditional Victoria radiators complement any type of vintage, period or classic style bathroom. Choose from original traditional towel rails with a chrome frame and white columns. You can also take a look at our selection of full chrome wall mounted or floor standing traditional towel radiators in a variety of square, straight and curved designs.

Add Character to Your Living Space

These are bold pieces that create a statement when installed, adding character to any room in your home. Smaller, floor standing heated towel rails can be placed next to a bath for your convenience. These can be used to keep your towels fresh and dry at all times.

The designs of our traditional central heating radiators include elegant floor standing and space-saving wall mounted traditional towel radiators. These can be accommodated in any classic bathroom setup, including more compact bathrooms.

Select Your Dimensions

Choose from our chrome wall mounted traditional towel radiator models. Furthermore, have a browse through one of our four or six column floor standing towel rails to ensure that your bathroom remains warm. Select one of our traditional towel rails with 7 or 8 columns for larger spaces where a higher heat output is required.

Fits In With Your Pipework

Additionally, purchase straight or angled thermostatic radiator valves to accompany your new Victoria central heating radiators. These valves are designed to suit any traditional towel rail radiator. Therefore, you could try out either angled valves for wall emerging pipe-work or straight valves for floor emerging pipe-work. It all depends upon the theme you are going for within your room or bathrooms.