Artful Bathroom Radiator is Also an Elegant Towel Warmer
Towels end up on the floor … why? Usually, because there is no handy place to hang them. Towel racks are fine and functional, but towel-warming bars or hangers reinforce the rewards of being a little neater about things.
Mikolaj Adamus conceived of this clever little twist on a conventional bathroom radiator ?from a combination of inspirations: white picket fences and bent-tip downhill skis. Heat-transmitting ceramic and thin vents let air and warmth pass through, heating the room and anything suspended on their faces as well.
The system itself needs little explanation or introduction – it serves to add some visual interest to otherwise-dull walls, and bends outward to accommodate clothes or towels, keeping them warm and dry. Not in use, one could mistake it for abstract wall art.
Alas, it is yet another concept design, but again one that would not be too hard to put into mass-production, or to emulate in one’s own home by covering an existing heating unit (safely).