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Top Decorative Radiator Covers

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If you want to safely cover up an ugly radiator, then there are many attractive models currently on the market. With a range of colours and styles available, you should be able to find one that will blend in with your room’s décor. However, this is not the only advantage of having a radiator cover as it gives protection from the hot radiator surface. Very handy if you have children! Also all models are vented, allowing the thermostat valves to do their job and regulate the heat.

Here is a taste of the covers that are currently available:

Cambridge Adjustable Radiator Cover

  • Dimensions: (H) 936mm x (W) 1420mm x (D) 220mm.
  • Material: MDF with oak veneer.

This adjustable cover can fit medium sized radiators between 972 and 1420mm long. This model has stylish oak veneer finish but is available in a number of other finishes if required. The cover comes as a self-assembly kit, but it’s ‘Quick Fix System’ will help you get it put together in no time.

Available from diy.com.

Hampshire MDF Radiator Cabinet

  • Dimensions: (H) 780mm x (W) 657mm x (D) 140mm.
  • Material: MDF

This white satin-finished radiator cover has a classic, clean look that will fit nicely into any room in your house. The cover is well vented allowing the thermostat valves to operate properly and for the heat to fill the room. This radiator cabinet is self-assembly only.

Available from Homebase.

Richmond MDF Radiator Cabinet

  • Dimensions: (H) 885mm x (W) 1146mm x (D) 170mm.
  • Material: Unfinished MDF.

Boasting a classical style, the Richmond cabinet comes unfinished, so that you can apply your own colour and finish to suit your home. The cover is properly vented and allows easy access to the thermostat valves. Please note that the cover comes in a self assembly kit.

Available from Homebase.

Cambridge Large Radiator Cabinet

  • Dimensions: (H) 900mm x (W) 1710mm x (D) 200mm.
  • Material: Unfinished MDF.

This model is suitable for large radiators and comes unfinished so you can apply the right shade of colour to match your room. Offering protection from the hot surfaces of the radiator itself, the cover is well vented and is just the thing for hiding unsightly large radiators. Comes in a self-assembly kit.

Available from diy.com

New Hampshire Oak Radiator Cabinet

  • Dimensions: (H) 885mm x (W) 1146mm x (D) 170mm.
  • Material: Veneered MDF.

Finished with oak veneers, this classically styled radiator cabinet will make any ugly radiator look good. With excellent ventilation and good valve access, this radiator cabinet will be a welcome addition to your home. Comes in a one person self-assembly kit.

Available from from Homebase.

Victorian MDF Adjustable Radiator Cabinet

  • Dimensions: (H) 936mm x (W) 970 -1420mm x (D) 235mm.
  • Material: Unfinished MDF.

With an adjustable length between 970 and 1420mm, this Victorian look cover offers both style and versatility, allowing it to cover a range of different sized radiators. The cover comes in a self-assembly pack and is unfinished, allowing you to paint it in your own choice of colour and finish.

Available from Screwfix.com.

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