If you’ve ever secretly desired a heated towel rail in your bathroom that looked like a fetishised version of the last steel frame you designed, your time has come. Designers Matteo Thun and Antonio Rodriguez have designed their SerieT range for The Radiator Company and it looks just like an ‘I’ beam. Mounted horizontally, it’ll keep the bath sheets for the whole family warm as toast, and vertically, in its ‘Mies’ position, it even comes with a hook for hanging your terry towelling bathrobe on.

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