Radiators are an essential part of the heating solution for most homes, and they can be paired with a radiator cover. These come in a range of sizes ranging from small to large radiator covers, with a selection of cut out designs – diagonal, ornate and lined all look great whilst letting the heat pass through easily. So, what are the reasons to add radiator cabinets to your home?
Radiators, and the pipework leading to them can be extremely hot to the touch, and we have all accidently touched one and felt the heat. However, the same situation for young child could be more serious as their skin is more delicate. Covers will protect them from getting burnt, especially when they are learning how to walk and still a bit unstable on their feet. Pets can also be protected from this heat source.
Radiators can often be an eye sore but that’s were ornate a radiator cover can work magic. They are simple and inexpensive to fit and instantly makeover rooms, adding to that show home style. Elegant and sleek, they hide away unsightly radiators that could ruin your room décor. A white cabinet will work well in any home, whether contemporary or traditional, however wooden oak effect radiator covers can enhance a farmhouse feel. Decorate the shelf area with some artificial flowers or plants which will be in no danger of wilting in the heat. Choose from roses, lavender or even orchids, all of which will add a homely feel. Add a few figurines, perhaps a magical Disney ornament or a charming Willow Tree animal figurine.
Create a feature
By adding a radiator cabinet, you can transform a dead space onto a feature. Where there was a radiator, you can now decorate and create a focal point for your hallway, bedroom, living room, in fact any room in your home. Place some of your favourite ornaments on the shelf. Personalise it further with picture frames filled with your favourite memories.
In rooms where you are struggling for space, radiator shelves can provide extra space. Use this area in the hallway to keep your spare keys, or in the living room for your favourite books. Keep dining essentials such as coasters and placemats on the shelf in the dining room, but if you want somewhere to store your dinner sets and cutlery, a console table is a stylish storage solution. By placing a mirror on top, this shelf area can serve as a dressing area in the guest bedroom for your weekend visitors. The mirror will also enhance the space by creating the illusion of yet even more.