Traditional Electric Towel Rails
up to: 1.5 m2£69.99RRP: £146.40
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up to: 1.5 m2£109.99RRP: £231.60
up to: 3.5 m2£169.99RRP: £372.00
up to: 1 m2£179.99RRP: £300.00
up to: 5 m2£99.99RRP: £174.00
up to: 3.0 m2£114.99RRP: £236.40
up to: 3 m2£114.99RRP: £237.60
up to: 5.0 m2
Was Was £179.99
Special Price £159.99RRP: £179.99
up to: 8.5 m2
Was Was £279.99
Special Price £259.99RRP: £279.99
up to: 8.5 m2
Was Was £309.99
Special Price £289.99RRP: £309.99
up to: 5.0 m2£179.99RRP: £378.00
up to: 8.5 m2£279.99RRP: £470.40
up to: 8.5 m2£309.99RRP: £591.60
Traditional Towel RailsThe unobtrusive, dual-purpose heated electric towel rail is fast becoming an essential in the modern bathroom, simultaneously warming the room whilst drying towels and keeping them toasty for later use. A traditional towel rail design is a fail-safe source of heat which doesn’t detract from the overall room design. Choose from a white towel radiator, which will suit traditional bathroom styles, or a sleek chrome towel rail to complement contemporary décor. All the towel rails within our range are easy to install, although this must be carried out by a qualified electrician.
Traditional towel rails look timeless and elegant in any bathroom but they are particularly fitting in older properties with period features. Many contemporary towel rails can have quite a minimalist appearance, and while that’s not a bad thing, it can be at odds with the design scheme of the average household. Traditional styles provide all the convenience you’d expect from a towel rail but with an unobtrusive appearance that can blend into the background.
There are two kinds of towel rail that are often classed as ‘traditional’: ladder-style rails and period-style rails.
Ladder-style rails are by far the most widespread and familiar of these two types. Their simple multi-rung design allows them to accommodate a lot of towels compared to other models, which is the reason they remain so enduringly popular in larger households.
Period-style rails are designed with a Victoriana aesthetic to suit homes with a vintage design scheme. They usually look like traditional cast-iron radiators with a rail above them to allow towels to hang down and dry in front of the radiator section. Their ball-jointed pipework and old style radiator bodies give them a nostalgic, elegant feel, although they don’t offer as much space for towels as a ladder-style rail.
If you’re looking for a traditional towel rail with programming features, you’ll be best served by looking at ladder-style rails. We offer two ladder rails with this function: the Haverland TE700i and the Ecostrad TR700i, both of which come with a number of pre-sets and the option to create your own custom heating schedule. Our other traditional towel rails don’t come with this feature and you will need to look at purchasing a separate programmer if you want to be able to schedule your heating.
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