Choosing Your Living Room Radiator
Any new radiator you purchase should continue the themes that you already have in your home, but obviously still retain the capability of a functional home heating product – namely, keeping you warm and dry (otherwise what’s the point?).
Unless you are planning a refurb that completely changes the way your living room looks, you should think of your new lounge radiator as an extension of all the other design efforts you have already made and make your choice on that understanding.
Thankfully, we stock a huge number of designer rads that will help you to make the correct choice, no matter what wallpaper, paint or brickwork your living room is currently sporting.
Designer Radiator Placement
Stay Sensible, Or Don’t!
Though putting your radiator on the opposite side of the wall to your window will have an effect on the amount of cold air that is let into your house, it shouldn’t stop you from trying something a little different.
If you are going to invest in a designer radiator, you will probably want to show it off, so making it a centrepiece in your sitting room could be a healthy design option.
As long as you don’t mind paying to move a few pipes around, can find the wall space to accommodate it and it’s not going to cause any major headaches and chaos to your furniture arrangement, then let people know that your living room radiator is far from just a product of convenience and more like a real player in the world of interior design!