I won't fault anyone for spending $3,640 on this radiator because it looks so flipping cool. Called the Matières à Chaud (Hot Matters) and designed by 5.5 Designers in Paris, its sheet of glass (only half an inch thick!) uses Quantum Glass to heat the room up.
The number of times I've come close to burning my ass when leaning against the radiator, I could count on two hands. If I had a radiator that warmed-up removable heatpads I wouldn't need to bother with a hot-water bottle.
It seemed weird at first, but I'm falling in love with this Nobo electric radiator. It's like an indoor campfire coffee table made with fire and ice.
The "Bag" and "Totem" radiators are actually more like contemporary showpieces. Both models are composed of a warm wooden body that is heated with aluminum detailing.
If you can guess what this is at first glance then you're a better man than I ...
We've been lucky enough to live most of our lives in areas that have central heating, so we don't quite have the experience of having an ugly radiator sitting in our rooms. For those of you who have, this harp radiator is just the thing to make your place that much more classy while at the same time providing a net…
FACT: One of Gizmodo's esteemed weekend writers will soon develop superpowers to defend the good citizens of the world from the evils of radioactive fly-mutant aliens. But he will not defend the earth alone. No, he will require the assistance of other slightly-lesser-super-powered sidekicks...or at least some normal…
It's not often you get something that's both functional and decorative, but Tubor's One-Radiator mirrors are that and more. These radiators have a nice purple or yellow halo backlight, plus they even display the current time.