Not all the same
For a cursory glance, it might seem that most heated towel rails look the same, but if we take a closer look at them, we realize, that this is absolutely not true. Almost all of them differ from the rest, even if the differences are only small details such as thickness of tubes. No matter how small these differences may seem, they determine the overall image of a towel radiator.
So, practical heated towel ladders are made with lots of kinds of tubes. Let's find out a bit more about these countless different tube variations:
Many models have the largest diameter of tubes by which their appearance becomes the strongest and more contrasted (see the Oddy bathroom radiator in the picture above).
Also, apart from conventional round tube profiles, designers create towel warmers with very unusual tube profiles for example oval, triangular, rectangular, curved, flat and so on. In this way the appearance of heated towel rails became different such as slender, graceful, simple, elegant and ultra modern (see the Arsenal in the picture above and the Bond, the Saxo and the Brass in the pictures below).
The distance of horizontal towel bars has a similar effect. Of course, a coloured towel radiator with the longest distance of rails is more and more practical because you can put on your towels easily (see the Fizz heated towel rail in the picture below).
Additionally, it matters what material the towel radiator is made from, because a chrome or a stainless steel one is more elegant a bit (see the Himalaya, the Graffiti and the the Grace heated towel rails in the picture below).