Which radiator will fit with my interior design style? We often write: “Radiators do not always have to be white ...” and “Radiators give off heat and comfort ...“ But how do you find the right radiator from the large selection of shapes and colours, types and designs? Whether for a new-build or renovation, it is not only the size of the room, the use of the space, and the type of heat generation that is decisive, but also the appearance. Radiators have long since changed from purely functional ribbed radiators to decorative elements for your apartment or house. Here are some inspirations to help you find the ideal heat source when designing your living space, kitchen, or bathroom. And as a tip: Don't let this limit you – combine your interior design with your favourite pieces. How to create your personal atmosphere!
Ideas for the kitchen, bathroom, living room, and hallway.
Scandinavian style thrives on natural elements, subtle colours, and minimalist shapes. White and subtle pastel shades predominate in style of furnishing. Furniture has a clear, straightforward design and a neutral tone. Light woods, such as birch, spruce, and pine and natural materials such as cotton, linen, or leather ensure peace and cosiness.
Elveo | colour White, RAL 9016 | size 600 x 1000 mm
Fineo | colour White, RAL 9016 | size 500 x 1800 mm
Decor-Arte Plan | colour White, RAL 9016 | size 660 x 1800 mm
Modern interior design looks elegant and expressive with clear lines and purist design. A monochrome design in white, grey, or black is combined with materials in a cool look, such as stainless steel, chrome, or aluminium. Less is more here, which is why minimalist accessories should be considered for a modern interior style. Smooth furniture fronts and glass elegantly round off the modern look.
Decor-Arte Plan | colours Aluminium January and Dark Brown | sizes 3x 150 x 1800 mm
Decor-Arte Pure | colour White, RAL 9016 | size 595 x 1600 mm
Tabeo | colour White, RAL 9016 | size 500 x 1437 mm
The industrial style is cool, raw, and without frills. Rough wood with patina, metal, and concrete accents remind you of the charm of a New York factory building. Dark leather and unvarnished steel create a masculine atmosphere. Muted colours such as black, grey, and dark blue, dark red, and dark green are ideal as basic shades. Warm accents in shades of yellow, red or brown bring warmth to this cool style!
Decor-Arte Line | colour White, RAL 9016 | size 450 x 1600 mm
Geneo circle | colour Aluminium Grey | size 1494 x 580 mm
Icaro | colour Ice Blue | size 1466 x 600 mm
With its organic and curved forms, the retro style is reminiscent of Bauhaus and co. Elegant, dark, solid woods, kidney-shaped tables, and armchairs with tapered, often black legs are characteristic of this interior design. The furniture is in the foreground here, with sideboards focusing on linear design. When it comes to colours, anything goes: Here, expressive colours, such as petrol or ochre meet earthy tones and range from subtle shades of beige and brown to strong mustard yellow.
Credo-Half | colour White, RAL 9016 | size 610 x 1466 mm
Decor-Arte Pure | colour Aluminium Grey | size 595 x 1800 mm
Geneo quadris | colour Forest | size 596 x 1494 mm
The classic style focuses on quality and durability and does not chase after trends High-quality materials and classic furniture have a timeless and harmonious effect. Straight lines and muted colours convey cosiness and timeless chic. Muted colours like black, white, and brown can be broken up with accessories in rich tones like red, green, or blue.
Ideos | colour Classic Copper | size 758 x 1883 mm
Decor Arte-Line | colour Aluminium January | size 600 x 1800 mm
Heating panel | colour White, RAL 9016 | size 630 x 2000 mm
Basic Plus | colour Aluminium Grey | size 564 x 1448 mm
therm-x2 Profil | colour White, RAL 9016 | type 22 size 600 x 1200 mm