If you want to heat an individual small room, or have an apartment or conservatory with no central heating, most of our small radiators are available in electric too. Look out for this sign to shop the closest electric version.
Kicking off our small seven is the stylish slim panel Milano Capri. With its clean lines and modern flat panels, this designer radiator not only has a minimalist, scandi inspired look that is bang on trend, but it also means that the panels sit almost flat against the wall.
This unobtrusive design makes the Capri collection ideal for small spaces like cloakrooms and small hallways since they take up virtually no room and if you have ever accidentally banged your leg on the corner of a convector radiator you will know why the flat panels are a far more sensible option!
We have picked out the smallest radiator in the range with a super flat single panel design and a 1,593 BTU output, but there is also a double panel option in this size which provides 2,476 BTUs if you need that bit of extra heat.
Sarah, the owner of the beautiful renovation account @the_chapel_conversion has opted for this mini Milano Capri in anthracite grey for her contemporary monochrome hallway. And since it is quite a small high traffic space, this slim, minimal radiator is the perfect blend of form and function for Sarah’s Nordic inspired style.
At just 300mm tall, our low level Windsor radiators could not be better suited for small spaces like underneath windows. Not only does this give you the opportunity to make use of that awkward space and make more room for furniture, but it is also a practical choice too as placing the radiator in the coldest part of the room can actually help to heat the room faster.
Another great thing about our low level column radiators is that they may be small in height, but with their multiple columns the heat output they provide is mighty. With designs ranging from two up to four column, the depth of the radiator increases to boost the BTUs without taking up an extra space above or to the side.
For the top seven round-up we have chosen a little low level white Windsor that pops up a lot on Instagram with our #mybestheating. Many of our customers are going for the 300mm x 1010mm 22 double column low level Windsor which offers an impressive 2642 BTUs and sits under most standard size windows perfectly. Just like these beautiful examples from @littlevictorian21, and @mydarkhome_.
Got a small bedroom, dressing room or landing that could really do with a radiator to keep you warm and a mirror to see yourself full length? No problem.
The Milano Icon vertical designer radiator combines both in a sleek space-saving design. Featuring minimal designer panels and a modern central mirror, the glamorous Icon is as decorative as it is functional.
The stylish Icon collection offers a range of sizes and we have picked out the smallest of the bunch for our top seven. This heating beauty belts out 2991 BTUs and looks drop dead gorgeous in a slim frame whilst doing so.
@number8renovation have chosen a slightly bigger beautiful white Icon for their master bedroom which fits so perfectly in the space next to the French windows and makes use of an awkward area that may have been otherwise left bare.
But now, the radiator/mirror combo leaves the bedroom cosy and warm and the reflective mirror bounces light around the room making it feel bigger and brighter and allows you to see yourself full-length. What more could you want?
The next radiator in our round-up comes from our best-selling Milano Aruba range, only smaller than you may recognise. With seven single linear panels flowing into soft curved corners, this gorgeous little radiator is a beautiful piece of home decor and heating combined.
This mini heater has a narrow 635mm x 415mm body and provides 1580 BTUs. Ideal for rooms with limited wall space, this stylish slim radiator has an attractive anthracite finish and will fit comfortably anywhere you need. Perfect for modern apartments, small living spaces and cloakrooms.
This is another tiny radiator that looks like it has been made for the small space it lives in. @paintbrush_and_prosecco have perfectly placed their small Aruba onto the narrow wal, and with the beautiful green backdrop and little gallery above, it has turned an unused conservatory corner into a cosy, warm and inviting space.
And @homewithlovedesign have paired two tiny Aruba radiators beside their beautiful bedroom window for double the heat whilst still saving space for storage and comfy furniture. Bedroom goals!
Now if you thought the last Aruba radiator was small, wait until you see this one! This tiny square radiator is a mere 400mm x 415mm and it is the smallest radiator we stock. In fact, you won’t find a radiator much smaller anywhere.
Despite its small frame, this beautiful little radiator provides 1638 BTUs. Not bad for a radiator only slightly wider than a school ruler!
Its low-profile makes it the perfect height for installing under windows, dressing tables, or both like @welcome_to_number_48. We love how perfectly the pocket-sized panels fit in this gorgeous walk-in wardrobe.
A dressing room this glamorous needs a designer radiator that is anything but basic to complement the luxe vibe and make getting ready cosy and warm, and this little beauty ticks all the boxes.
Next up is another classic beauty that has become a cloakroom, boot room and en-suite favourite on social media.
The 600mm x 425mm Windsor is the same height as the standard horizontal Windsor radiators but with a thinner frame to easily fit in any small space.
Lots of our Insta followers are going for the triple column in this size providing 2504 BTUs to really pump out the heat without taking up much room.
@victorianhome_est1901 have installed this classic white Windsor to turn their cold little cloakroom into a comfortable space. Not only does the triple column design provide plenty of heat, but the traditional style works perfectly with the beautiful panelling and Victorian inspired tiling.
And @lily_heart_lane have created a similar style space with their new boot room. We love the choice of anthracite grey for this small Windsor. It just gives this beautiful corner an even cosier feel. And the warmth from the triple columns filling the tiny area is just what you need to keep your toes cosy after a cold country walk in your wellies.
Last but certainly not least is our beautiful slim oval panel vertical Aruba. Vertical radiators are designed to help maximise space since they utilise height instead of width to throw out plenty of heat.
This orientation creates space around the radiator for furniture and storage and they are a great way to make use of an odd narrow protruding part of the room that doesn’t serve a purpose.
So if you have a small place, don’t be put off by how big a vertical radiator looks on first glance. With a bit of reshuffling, they can really help save you a lot of space.
These contemporary space saving vertical Arubas are also perfect for small bathrooms as they can be paired with a chrome rail to keep your towels even warmer than they would with a standard heated towel rail.
Jenny @seasonsincolour has done just that and we love the clean lines of the narrow vertical Aruba in her modern monochrome bathroom.
Jess has a passion for interior design and wants to inspire people to look at radiators as home decor. She enjoys keeping on top of the latest design and heating trends to ensure the Advice Centre has all the information and inspiration homeowners need to make the best choice for them.