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Designer Radiators Direct is the one-stop-shop for comfort and innovation with our wide array of white radiators. Catering to all rooms in your home or commercial space, we aim to bring our customers only the best in designer radiators. At Designer Radiators Direct, we showcase an unbeatable and exquisite range of radiators carefully created from a hand-picked selection of over 20 premier brands. Offering an array of exceptional traditional, bespoke, standard and designer radiators in a variety of colours, finishes, sizes and types to suit your need - we guarantee satisfaction. Along with boasting an enormous range of fabulous radiators in UK, we deliver your radiators right to your doorstep, ensuring comfort, simplicity and efficiency every step of the way.
Nowadays you can find countless finishes for your home radiator. Whether it be a bold black anthracite radiators or a chrome radiators, there’s always one sure-fire hit for the home. That’s the designer white radiator, a one colour fits all option which will undoubtedly satisfy even the most demanding of boutique radiator connoisseurs. If you’re looking for that perfect radiator finish but feel the other options are too show stealing for your more subtle interior, then the white radiator is the perfect alternative.
Look at most homes and you’ll find a white radiator. Whether you get it delivered in one of our premium RAL white finishes or you give it a lick of paint yourself, the white radiator is undoubtedly one of the most popular options, whether you’re buying for a designer towel radiator or a horizontal panel for the hallway.
What is it that makes a white radiator so popular? For starters, a white radiator finish is helpful in a practical sense. Any finish on a radiator will help to protect the metal work from damage, whilst also having little effect on the BTU output of your heating unit.
Another good reason to paint a radiator white white is that they reflect light and spread brighter tones into a room, illuminating darker spaces whilst also giving the impression of a larger space. The illusion of more space is useful for even larger rooms.