Radiator Covers with Decorative Grilles
We refer to our products as Functional Works of Art because they transform common industrial elements in all homes and public spaces into beautiful, functional elements. Such as this handsome radiator cover with our Louis XIV Style decorative grille which compliments the classical decor of this elegant room.
Any Beaux-Arts’ grille can be built into handsome radiator covers. However, you will need to build the cover, to house the grille you select. It will need to fit over your radiator. Keep at least a 3″ space between the radiator coil and the front inside of the fascia board. Most radiator covers have many similarities, such as they are generally short only 24″ to 36″ tall. The short stature, means a 6″ to 12″ tall grille is usually a good fit. Beaux-Arts’ has over 20 to choose from in lengths from 20″ to 36″. Radiator covers are usually less than 8″ deep from the wall, some are even flush to the wall. Most radiators are located in front of windows, because windows tend to be drafty. These similarities make the tops of radiator covers perfect as low narrow shelves. Marble tops can even be used in wet situations such as for house plants in front of windows.
This is a winning combination of a radiator cover with a bookcase above.
Handsome radiator cover using two Louis XIV decorative grilles in a seamless installation.
This custom radiator cover in Maple looks perfect with our Louis XIV style decorative grille.
Here is the design for this custom Maple radiator cover. If you require assistance in designing a custom radiator cabinet, please contact us to get an estimate.
Arts and Crafts style decorative grille is perfect for this window radiator cover.
Helpful illustration of designing a custom radiator cover. Tip: Spray paint the radiator so you cannot see it behind the decorative grille. Please contact us with questions about using our decorative grilles for your custom radiator cover.
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