A watched pot never boils, and a wet towel on the floor never dries. OK, so we made up the last one, but it’s mostly true – and that’s why a towel rail is important. We have ones that are shelves, one with suction cups and even a towel rack or two. Leave the floor to your bath mat. It belongs there.
Have you ever come out of the shower, reached for your towel, and discovered it’s not there? Where could it be? Probably on a chair in the kitchen, on a stool in the bedroom, or maybe even in the laundry. And now you have to go and get it, all wet, cold and dripping.
Prevent this dreadful situation by installing towel hangers. That way, you’ll have your towel close at hand whenever you need it. Once you’re done, they’ll help the towel get dry faster too! That is, if you remember to hang it where it belongs...
We have towel hangers that range from larger rails, to smaller hooks. So you’re guaranteed to find something that fits in your bathroom, no matter its size or your available towel hanging space.
Start by calculating how many people will be using the bathroom. Is it for one person or for the entire family? Then, consider the space. If you have a larger bathroom, there might be room for multiple towel rails. If it’s a smaller one, maybe you need to focus on smaller solutions.
For spacious areas, we recommend you go for towel rails, preferably with single, double and even triple set ups. If you don’t fancy attaching them to the wall, or if you’re nervous about the tile, why not try a free-standing towel rail? Same function, no installation!
If you have a smaller bathroom, and a large family using it, towel hangers, towel rings, or simple hooks are a better option. They won’t take up as much space as a wide rail, and you can install the hooks pretty much wherever you want. One hook for every person, and perhaps a few at a lower height for the kids.
Bathroom accessories are an important part in any bathroom, as they impact both its usefulness and its style. That’s why we offer towel racks in many different designs, materials, and colors, to help you find one to your taste.
Metallic towel racks, for example, will never go out of style. It’s a classic look and you can match it with pretty much anything. If you’re looking for something more modern, a black rack is the way to go. In a light bathroom, the black will truly pop. And if you’re looking to add some warmth and earthy tones to an otherwise “cold” bathroom, a wooden towel rack will do the trick.