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Straight, curved, penannular or in circular form, our broad range of towel rails and towel rings will allow you to pick something to perfectly complement the style and space of your bathroom, cloakroom or en suite.
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Towel Rails & Rings Buyers Guide
Whether showering, bathing or washing it is essential to have a towel hanging close to hand. We have hundreds of different types of rails and rings for you to choose from.
It's important to think about positioning in your new bathroom as it could make or break your room. There are lots of different options to choose from. Having them conveniently situated in the right places will ensure a smooth experience.
We offer a wide variety of different options for towel rails and racks so there is something to suit every taste. You can choose something purely functional or opt for a design with a little more detailing.
When paired with some tastefully chosen bath towels. The latter can really add something special to a bathroom and is a great way to inject a little colour and extra styling. This is particularly useful in smaller bathrooms where there perhaps isn't room for lots of décor-only features.
Firstly, we are going to take a look at the different types of towel rails available and how each might best be used.
A single rail can look great in the en suite to a guest bedroom or perhaps situated right by the sink for storing a face towel. They are fantastic options for smaller bathrooms as they don't take up too much space.
You might want to choose a double rail for a family bathroom, as here you can store two or more larger towels. It can also be a nice feature to use one of these in a guest bathroom and arrange their whole selection of new towels on the rail. Start with a larger bath sheet at the bottom, then a face towel, a hand towel and a flannel. This looks neat and professional and could even be used in a hotel or guest house.
Towel racks are most commonly seen at the end of the bath or an over-bath shower set up. This is great as it means you always have a towel to hand, avoiding that mad dash for one that we discussed above!
You can choose to either just store a few towels on the rack for immediate use or even keep all your clean towels here, especially if you live alone. We would recommend double-checking that your shower or bath taps won't splash the towels though, prior to fitting the rack.
The last thing you want is to have your beautiful new towel rack fixed on the wall. Then to discover your lovely fluffy towels get soggy while you are bathing!
It might just be a case of fitting it a little higher or lower but is worth testing before it's too late. The added bonus of a towel rack is that with most designs you have the flexibility of using the bars as a towel rail too. Meaning you can store a towel on top, then hang it dry once used.
Towel rings are most commonly used for holding the hand towel next to the sink, both in bathrooms and single toilets. It is handy to have these situated right by the sink for convenience but they can be fixed anywhere.
Although we refer to them as towel rings. They actually come in lots of different shapes and designs, including squares, rectangles and C-shape units.
These often serve a similar function to the towel rings. But usually comprise of a single bar sticking out at a right angle from the wall and a towel can be hungover. These often look a little more casual, with the towel simply hanging over the end, and might be a good option to consider in a children's bathroom.
hansgrohe is a German manufacturer that focuses on the technology behind good design. Giving you innovative premium products. We are currently stocking their Montreux towel hanger. This is an incredibly simple piece yet just oozes style and would go well in almost any bathroom.
Whereas the brands above offer extremely simple designs. Imperial is a fantastic choice if you want something with a little more detailing.
The ceramic caps on this Rondine wall mounted rail offer a very versatile choice. You can choose whether to have a chrome, gold or nickel coloured bar. If you still want to stick with something that is 100% metal finished, you might want to look at the Istia model.
Again, this can be ordered in chrome, gold or nickel but is made unique by the wall mount. Imperial also offers a towel rain in the same Istia design and the two together would make a nice set.
Keuco has been continuously expanding its range of products since the company was formed in 1953 and it really shows.
If you like cutting edge modern home decor then we think you will love the Keuco pieces we currently have in stock. The Moll towel ring is one of our favourites, with its thicker frame and downward-facing D shape. It sits fairly flat to the wall compared to some other pieces. Making it a good option again for smaller bathrooms or simply for those who like design that really blends into the bathroom.
The Plan towel holder is also a really fantastic space-saving piece. As its two swivelling arms mean you can hang one or two dry towels close together, then open the arms for greater airing when you need to dry damp towels. This makes for a highly convenient towel holder, particularly for busy households when you need space and efficiency.
Inda began producing brassware bathroom products in 1944 and have gone from strength to strength ever since! This Italian company is driven by pure determination in the constantly evolving home living industry.
Inda produces some very versatile towel racks, such as the Hotellerie 62 model. As we mentioned above, you can use these racks either to stack towels on top or equally well to hang towels from - or a mixture of both! As the name suggests, this would be a good model to consider if you are outfitting a guesthouse or hotel.
Inda has several different designs of the rack in their Hotellerie range so there are plenty of options to choose from. Another favourite is the Touch Double Arm rail, which is a space-saving choice with a lovely simple finish.
Crosswater is one of our approved sellers. It is at a slightly lower price point than some of the other options we have discussed. However, they offer some beautiful but affordable pieces for your bathroom.
From Crosswater, comes the MPRO collection. This is made up of four finishes. Chrome, Brushed Brass, Matt Black and Brushed Steel. There are accessories to match all across your new bathroom, which can be found here.
Grohe offers very minimal and sleek designs. They would fit perfectly with any modern designs. Particularly in a smaller bathroom where space is at a premium and you don't want anything too fussy cluttering up space.
The Allure towel ring, which has an unusual and eye-catching rectangular shape whilst still retaining a minimal effect.
For something even simpler, you really can't go wrong with the Grohe Essentials range. Which represents exceptionally good value for money.
Burlington describes their designs as 'classically styled bathrooms' and we could not agree more.
We currently have in stock the three essentials from Burlington: Toilet roll holder without cover, Spire toilet roll holder and a wall-mounted WC roll holder. These chrome fittings would look lovelily fitted together in a bathroom as a coordinating set.
Alternatively, each piece is subtle enough that it could work well to complement other more detailed pieces that you may have chosen.
If you find yourself really taken with the range. You might want to take a look at the other bathroom accessories from Burlington, such as their mounted roll holder or soap dish.