UKB Item Reference: 52216
The Victorian-style Benjamin Heated Towel Rail from Bayswater Bathrooms brings a touch of elegance to a functional appliance. Finished entirely in chrome, this product has six rails connected by beautifully curved top sections. The classic look of the pipework brings classic old-world style into this modern piece.
At 762mm in height and 685mm in width, the towel rail is compact yet able to store or dry many towels simultaneously thanks to the spacious layout of the rails. The open design allows the heat to disseminate more effectively, both to towels placed on top and throughout the room. Fixing screws are included and all of the threads are 1/2 inch British standard size.
Pair this towel rail with matching chrome bathroom accessories from the Bayswater range for a cohesive, modern take on a Victorian bathroom. The entire Bayswater range is designed and made in Britain and all heating products come with a 20-year guarantee.
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