If you are a huge DIY’er and you have been looking to update your heating elements in your bathrooms you can do so with style, function, and quality all without breaking the bank.
Of course, you will probably need a professional to come in and install the new units that you choose but shopping online for them in the meantime is the more fun and interesting part of the process!
If you live in the UK, you may want to set aside some time to pay a visit to warmrooms.co.uk. A top supplier of radiator units, designer radiators and heated towel rails is a great way to start off your mini bathroom design renovation project.
If you happen to live within driving distance to Gloucester, you can even stop in to their showroom and main offices to see what they have to offer in person.
Here are a few things to think about for this quick and easy project.
Measure Your Walls
You want to ensure that you are taking this critical step before you start shopping online. This is not the most glamorous part of the overall DIY and shopping process but there is no use falling in love with a specific design online only to find out that it’s not an option for you due to sizing limitations.
Measure the walls that you plan on having the units installed on and be prepared to re-asses if something seems off with your initial measurements.
Ensure That You Source an Installer
Some online shops offer delivery and installation services with the purchase of radiator units from their website. Some, however, do not. You will want to research this as well to ensure that once you have selected your units, you have someone scheduled in to install them in a timely manner.
Choose a Radiator Shape and Style
Once you have your measurements ready, and the logistics of your installation set up you should be in great shape to choose the style, shape, finish, and color of your radiator units and towel rails. Finally, the fun part.
There are so many different style, shapes, sizes and finishes available today that you may have a difficult time narrowing your search down. Ensure that you are considering the existing design elements that you already have in place in your home. You don’t want guests to walk into your bathrooms or washrooms and feel as if they left your home and entered someone else’s.
Try to keep your choices in line with the look and feel of your home. Conversely, if you really want to change up the existing style of your home and you want to start small, starting in your bathrooms could be a great place to start.
Select Your Accessories
No bathroom is complete without beautiful heated towel rails to compliment the radiator units. Not only do they add style and finish to the room, they are functional as well. There’s nothing better than having a warm towel to dry off with after winding down for the day.