Bath faucets and accessories manufacturer THG Paris has entered the towel warmer category with a new collection of modern and traditional wall-mounted products.
“Created with a passion for detail, the new product offering is built to suit any design specification while seamlessly integrating into any collection across the THG Paris brand,” the company says.
Based in Normandy, France, THG says its entry into this new category is part of a continued mission “to personalize the art of the bath” and “expands freedom of design in the bath.”
The towel warmers are available in five styles: traditional; traditional with knurled detailings; traditional with fluting; contemporary round; and contemporary square. Each model is designed to coordinate with any THG Paris fixture collection, which gives designers and architects expanding design possibilities and options in the bath when they are specifying the company’s products.
Each prouct in the line is made from 100 percent recyclable and anti-corrosive brass and are available in either an electric or hydronic version.
With no visible wires or additional arms, the electric towel rails are designed to conceal the heat source and feature a non-toxic heat transfer fluid. Positive Temperature Control (PTC) technology allows for balanced surface temperature and self-regulation prevents overheating. It also maximizes energy savings.
The hydronic towel warmers, on the other hand, are connected to central heating systems, with valves designed to accommodate any of the 143 faucet handles in the THG Paris catalog.
The towel warmers come in four standard sizes ranging from three to nine bars, with options available to suit custom specifications for private residential or commercial projects. A two-tone option on the traditional models provides contrasting details with any combination of more than 20 finishes from THG.
“At THG Paris, we combine heritage and style, tradition and innovation, know-how and craftsmanship,” says Pedro Uranga, North American director for THG. “These new creations have been imagined with respect to these values.”