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Radiator style

  • The Art Nouveau
  • The Cherub
  • The Daisy
  • The Duchess
  • The Edwardian – 4 Column
  • The Edwardian – 6 Column
  • The Montmartre
  • The Neo–Classic – 3 Column
  • The Neo–Classic – 4 Column
  • The Parisian – 2 Column
  • The Parisian – 3 Column
  • The Peerless
  • The Princess
  • The Prince
  • The Rococo
  • The Victorian – 2 Column
  • The Victorian – 4 Columns
  • The Victorian – 6 Column
  • The Victorian – 9 Column

The Art Nouveau

Styled in The Art Nouveau period of 
1890–1910, this slender radiator has an intricate scrolling pattern that adds a touch of grandeur to a classic radiator design. One of the slimmest radiators in our collection, it is perfect for smaller spaces.

The Cherub

The antique style of this beautiful radiator originated in the romanesque and bohemian architecture of Central Europe. It was developed and manufactured in the USA by the American Radiator Company in 1842.

The lavish floral motif feels right at home in a period or traditional setting, though the intricate style creates a striking visual impact in an industrial or contemporary interior.

The Daisy

Also available in different sizes, the Daisy is a beautiful radiator with a highly decorative design and the perfect choice for an elegant, ornate look.

The Duchess

Taken from the American Standard design and available in two sizes the Peerless is similar to the princess radiator within our range but with a shallower curve to the top and a more detailed scrolled leg . A classical radiator that using our expert finishing services can suite a traditional or more contemporary home.

The Edwardian – 4 Column

Influenced by 1930’s styling with curved top and crisp clean casting lines the Edwardian is a new range that will suite traditional and modern homes.
With four available heights this cast iron radiator will fit most places .

The Edwardian – 6 Column

The sister model to Arroll’s Edwardian four column cast iron radiator this model provides a higher heat output for larger areas . With 4 available heights to satisfy all areas within the home.

The Montmartre

A charming and intricate design, the Montmartre radiator uses elaborate
 French rococo scrolling on each section. One of the most popular in our collection, this traditionally styled radiator comes in two sizes.

The Neo–Classic – 3 Column

As Part of the Neo classic range , the Neo–Classic 3 column is a narrow design suited for areas where space is crucial the design first emerged in 1890 and represented a revival of an earlier classical style. Similar to our Victorian range, the Neo–Classical differs by having a pointed rather than a flat foot on each leg section.

Simple and stylish, its ordered symmetrical design makes it highly efficient in terms of heat output and convection and works perfectly in both period and modern interior schemes.

The Neo–Classic – 4 Column

Perhaps the most recognisable of all cast iron radiators, the Neo–Classic 4 column is based on a Victorian design that first emerged in 1890 and represented a revival of an earlier classical style. Similar to our Victorian range, the Neo–Classical differs by having a pointed rather than a flat foot on each leg section.

Simple and stylish, its ordered symmetrical design makes it highly efficient in terms of heat output and convection and works perfectly in both period and modern interior schemes.

The Parisian – 2 Column

Our Parisian design contains the same decorative scroll pattern with the same unmistakable glamour.

The Parisian – 3 Column

Our wider version of the Parisian design contains the same decorative scroll pattern with the same unmistakable glamour.

The Peerless

Available in three heights the Arroll peerless cast iron radiator is ideal for narrow areas that also need good heat outputs . Its plain design will compliment other Arroll radiators such as the princess.

The Princess

Both our Princess radiators are based on a design classic that was first introduced in 1898 by the Ideal Radiator Company. Well suited to modern and traditional spaces, its rounded contours and smooth casting make it an easy choice for any kind of space.

The Princess can be painted in any colour to create a dramatic effect.

The Prince

The Prince is inspired by the traditional school radiator and is a perfect blend of simplicity and functionality. Its sleek curves and minimalist style lend a homely no–nonsense feel to industrial, contemporary and loft style spaces.

The Rococo

Beautifully embossed and scrolled the Rococo cast iron radiator comes in three heights and is designed for narrow places such as hallways and landings , this radiator model will also compliment Arrolls Parisian and Montmartre cast iron radiator.

The Victorian – 2 Column

Arroll Victorian two column cast iron radiators are a perfect for places that depth and space is off premium concern. Replicated from the original American standard this radiator will complement any small space and can be finished in any of our standard finishes or special finishes for a more contemporary home.

The Victorian – 4 Columns

Instantly recognisable, we’ve created the Victorian 4 column radiator by taking a mould of an original Ideal Standard Radiator from the National Radiator Company.

Unlike the Neo–Classic style, the Victorian has a flat foot on each leg section that helps to prevent damage to floor coverings in the home by spreading its weight more evenly.

The Victorian – 6 Column

Available in two heights and Styled to complement Arroll Victorian 4 column and two column cast iron radiators the six column adds that extra bit of heat output ideal for large areas were space is plentiful .

The Victorian – 9 Column

Instantly recognisable, we’ve created the Victorian 9 column radiator by taking a mould of an original Ideal Standard Radiator from the National Radiator Company.

Unlike the Neo–Classic style, the Victorian has a flat foot on each leg section that helps to prevent damage to floor coverings in the home by spreading its weight more evenly.

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