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Traditional heated towel rails

November 13, 2009
Posted in Towel Rails — Written by Paulina

Most people now incorporate a heated towel rail into the design of their bathroom. This useful device can not only warm your towels so you can dry yourself easily, it also dries off your towels when they are damp so they can be warm again ready for your next shower.

Headed towel rails can come in many different types of finish so are perfect for all types of bathroom design. Some that have a modern or contemporary feeling are finished in chrome or brushed nickel, whereas others can have a powder coated finish or even an antique brass effect.

Traditional towel heaters or warmers can bring out the best from your bathroom design and can match other components of your bathroom such as door handles and shelves. Whether they have a brushed finish or a polished finish they are made from high quality materials so can be used for many years.

The towel rail can be fitted to your existing central heating system instead of a standard radiator or you can choose a thermostatically controlled electric option so you can use the heated towel rail when your central heating system is turned off.

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