A towel warmer is the ultimate luxury appliance for the bath, keeping towels warm, dry, and mildew-free. Here’s a look at our 10 favorite hydronic towel warmers (the kind connected to hot-water plumbing or radiant heating). Why consider a towel warmer? See our post Remodeling 101: Towel Warmers for more.
Wall-Mounted Towel Warmers
Above: The Waterworks Universal Towel Warmer, available in chrome or matte nickel, is $1,765 at Waterworks.
Above: The Flat-Headed Bathroom Towel Rack is a minimal and modern design with 23 horizontal rungs; $310 at Hudson Reed.
Above: The Artos Ryton Hydronic Towel Warmer comes in chrome (shown), polished nickel, brushed nickel, and oil-rubbed bronze; $489 at Quality Bath.
Above: The Vola Chrome Built-In Heated Towel Warmer, designed for hydronic installation, starts at $3,173 for the three-towel-bar size at Quality Bath.
Above: The Runtal Omipanel Hydronic Towel Warmer is $831 at e-Comfort.
Above: Artos Stour Towel Warmer is $740 at Wayfair.
Above: The Arche Tulipa Vertical TV2 Radiator from Vasco comes with a towel bar in the front to serve both purposes. For more, see our post on Appliances: Arche Radiators with Towel Warmers by Vasco.
Floor-Mounted Towel Warmers
Above: The Myson Hardwire Floor-Mounted Inn Towel Warmer starts at $1,870 at Plumbing Supply.
Above: The Brampton Heated Towel Radiator is made of brass with a chrome finish and white eight-column insert; $71 to $765 at Hudson Reed.
Above: The Countess Traditional Heated Towel Warmer in a chrome finish; $385 at Hudson Reed.
Only have space for a shelf? See our post Toasty Towels, Courtesy of Warming Shelves.
Finally, get more ideas on how to evaluate and choose the hardware items for your bathroom in our Remodeling 101 Guide: Bath Hardware.