TradePlumbing stocking a towel rail with a difference
Hudson Reed towel rail for Revive radiators bring a new dimension to bathroom radiators
Colchester, Essex (PRWEB UK) 19 November 2012
TradePlumbing.co.uk, one of the UK's leading bathroom and kitchen plumbing retailers, is now stocking a towel rail for the Hudson Reed Revive radiator.
This chrome towel rail is attached to the radiator, so acts a heated towel rail, with the heat from the radiator proving warmth to keep towels dry and ready for use - ideal for after a relaxing hot bath.
The towel rail is also a space saver, freeing up valuable wall space, especially in a small bathroom. With this nifty product there is no need for a heated towel rail and a radiator as they double up perfectly, to create an all-in-one product that is easy on the eye, as well as practical and functional.
The Revive radiator itself is a stylish product, with its contemporary oval design and simple, yet elegant feel. The chrome towel rail works wonderfully with it to create a modern aesthetic that would look at home in any modern bathroom.
Managing Director of TradePlumbing, Peter Clayton says, "The design and concept of bathroom products is continually evolving and this is a good example of how clever design can have a big impact on our bathrooms. The clever combination of two products here culminates in one stylish product doing the job of two, leaving otherwise necessary space free for other fixtures and fittings. We keep our finger on the pulse of all product development here at TradePlumbing and strive to bring you the latest in design and style at the lowest prices."
TradePlumbing.co.uk has been trading online since 2006 and was launched as a result of the emerging eCommerce trend and the owner's family history in the field of running Plumbing and Heating Merchants and Showrooms. TradePlumbing stocks a wide selection of shower enclosures and shower doors, all backed with excellent customer service.
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