Top 6 radiator trends

Hang a stylish design on your wall, from the sophisticated to the standout

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Whether you’re upgrading your existing set-up or installing a new heating system as part of a renovation or extension, selecting the right type is key. Radiators still an ever popular choice for heating your home. Radiators have had to adapt from their traditional styling to keep up with more modern options like underfloor heating and skirting heating. This means that radiator manufacturers have gone to lengths to make sure radiators are the stand out statement choice for your home, from the traditional cast iron option, to artistic pieces.

Light Design

If you’re after an eye-catching modern look, choose a chrome finish, which will also help to make the space feel lighter. Zenith aluminium radiator in chrome, H180xW290cm, 789BTU, £380, Frontline

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Extra Tall

A vertical radiator can help free up wall space for furniture. This model has simple modern lines. Sonata mild steel radiator in Matt Black, H180xW42cm, 3,120BTU, £235, Vogue (UK)

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New Lines

An industrial look and cool curves make the Halo the perfect design for contemporary interiors. Halo vertical steel radiator in Metallic Silver, H180xW15.5cm, 3,548BTU, £1,199, The Radiator Company

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Natural materials

This curvacious wooden-cased radiator is perfect for a pared-back Scandinavian-inspired interior. Jaga Knockonwood galvanised steel radiator with a maple veneer, H55xW140cm, 5, 254BTU, £450, B&Q

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Work of Art

Tilted panels resembling the keys of a piano ensure this radiator will catch the eye in any room scheme. Piano Move aluminium radiator in Traffic White Matt, H60xW49cm, 1,085BTU, £792, MHS Radiators

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