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Introducing Gordon, the newest heated towel rail design you need in your bathroom renovation

Supported by Eskimo Heat

I’m constantly on the look out for the latest in design, especially bathroom design which is my not-so-secret favourite room of the home. We’ve shared plenty of bathroom ideas over the years, from inspiration galleries to the hottest tile trends. And now we’re shining a spotlight on the latest heated towel rail to hit the market. This functional bathroom addition just turned fabulous, thanks to the Gordon heated towel rail by Eskimo Heat. As engineers and manufacturers of the world’s best electric and hydronic heating appliances, there’s a lot to love about this innovative new bathroom product.

Let’s take a closer look at the Gordon heated towel rail and why it’s getting so much hype.

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GORDON black towel rail in industrial bathroom

Striking design

The first thing that stands out about Gordon is that it doesn’t look like your average heated towel rail. Forget bulky traditional ladder designs, Gordon is sleek and elegant with a clean line design.

Manufactured in the United Kingdom to the highest quality standards, Gordon is flawless and can be a focal point of your bathroom.

The vertical design is also space saving, making it a great option for smaller bathrooms or where you have limited wall space.

We just launched Gordon at The Melbourne Home Show and the response was overwhelming. The Gordon quite simply works — aesthetically and practically.

Tony Colles, Director of Eskimo Heat
Gordon heated towel rail in travertine bathroom

Flash drying

Of course, the main reason to install a heated towel rail in your bathroom is to dry your towels. And the Gordon does this in a flash.

Each fin is designed to hold one towel. Available in 4 or 8 fin sizes, the vertical design maximises the amount of heated surface in contact with the towel. Unlike ladder rails where the towel is folded and heated bars need to warm through multiple layers of a towel, Gordon allows you to drape your towel to avoid folding and maximise drying time.

Gordon dries towels in a third of the time compared to ladder rails.

Tony Colles, Director of Eskimo Heat
Dark grey Gordon towel warmer in marble bathroom

Energy efficient

Made from aluminium, Gordon has high thermal conductivity. This means it has a rapid warm up time and reaches operating temperature in a third of the time of a standard towel rail.

With an average running cost of 4 or 5c per hour, you can afford to keep Gordon on throughout the cooler months and take advantage of the additional radiant heat.

Tony Colles, Director of Eskimo Heat
Gordon heated towel rail in modern bathroom

A colour option to suit your bathroom scheme

Finally, another reason I’m obsessed with Gordon is that there’s a colour option to suit your bathroom scheme.

The Gordon heated towel rail is available in 4 colours:

  • white
  • black
  • dark grey, and
  • sandstone.

So whether you want to match Gordon to your tapware or tiles, there’s a colour to elevate your bathroom design.

Do you have any questions about Gordon heated towel rail? Find more information on the Eskimo Heat website here or post your question in the comments below and I’ll get back to you asap.

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Gina Beschorner Style Curator

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