Have you considered installing a designer electric radiator in your home?
They are one of those, often overlooked, finishing touches that make a huge difference to the look and feel of a room. It wasn’t something I used to think much about but since we renovated our attic into a loft bedroom and installed a much nicer than normal radiator.
I just love the look of it and it really adds a design element to the room.
So let’s look at how you could use designer electric radiators in your home.
How to Style a Designer Electric Radiator:
Maybe you’ve never considered an electric radiator before and if thoughts of a good, old fashioned storage heater are going through your mind, it’s time for a change.
The electric radiator has had a revamp.
Designer electric radiators sport stylish contemporary designs and typically boast the most sophisticated programming controls. Stylish yet simple, striking yet slimline, they offer energy efficient heating in an attractive package.
This style of radiator use fully enclosed heating elements so there’s never any chance of wall-blackening and they make a natural choice in modern flats, houses and offices. Of course, they can also make a striking addition to period properties.
Anthracite Terma Delfin E Designer Electric Radiator
Let’s take this dark grey, Victorian style radiator as our first example. In this darker colour it works brilliantly well against a dark wall, fading into the background, but add it onto a brighter wall colour and instantly it stands out.
It’s a great way to add a feature into a room, giving a modern home a more ‘period’ feel, or adding something more genuine in design to an older property.
Ecostrad VeeSmart Vertical Designer Electric Radiators – Black
If you don’t have the wall space you usually need for a landscape radiator, a vertical radiator will normally suit and give you the same heat output you require for the room.
Many of these designer electric radiators are made from recycled aluminium. Aluminium is an excellent material for heating because it is lightweight and conducts heat well. When your radiator comes to the end of its life the aluminium can once again be recycled, making these designer radiators an excellent eco-friendly option.
Terma Tune E Designer Electric Radiators – White
When you want simplicity and elegance, a white radiator does it every time. Perfect in a lighter, brighter styled room, and ideal if you love a more scandi or neutral decor. With rounded bars and a minimal aesthetic, this style of designer electric radiator will suit most homes and are the least invasive in terms of look.
App controlled via Bluetooth, you can control the level of heat from your phone or similar, with 5 heat settings and a 7 day programming facility.
Terma Triga E AW Vertical Designer Electric Radiators – Curved White
I had to include this one as it really caught my eye for being creative and different. Radiators are so much more than a functional element in a room now, and this one encapsulates the idea of great design and ‘art’ on the wall.
The vertical design takes up less width so you don’t need as much space as you think to install this style (we don’t always use the height in a room as much as we could) and it adds a modern, contemporary feel to your space. Perfect in a kitchen, hallways or corner of an open plan living area.
Terma Ribbon V E Designer Electric Radiator – Copper
Now this one really caught my eye. What a fabulous design! And it comes with bluetooth capability so you can control it from your phone. I love the industrial feel of this and the finish in copper – a real trend piece that deserves a place to be seen. If you want extra ‘industrial’ or more contemporary features in a room, then this electric designer radiator is the one for you.
Are you a fan of this style of radiator? Would you include them in your home?
You can find out about all of these designer electric radiators and more at Electric Radiators Direct
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