Bisque's Osbourne radiator was featured on Ugly House to Lovely House with George Clarke.
In this TV series, George Clarke matches some of Britain's most unloved houses with some of the country's leading architects, who join cutting-edge conception to a tight budget, proving that great design doesn't have to cost the earth.
The episode, sees a couple transform their 1970s home with help of renowned architect Chris Dyson. A part of the renovation they’re designed their family bathroom.
The couple designer and create a bright open bathroom with enough space to support a family. The key colours are mint green which was used on the tiles to create a homely space. The use of brass adds a touch of luxury to the bathroom matching from the taps, shower head and radiator.
The Bisque Osbourne towel rail was the perfect choice for this bathroom, not only does it match with the other accessories, but it allows enough space for multiple family towels. The overall design of the radiator matches with the contemporary and traditional style of this 1970s home. The Bisque Osbourne comes in a number of special finishes including Antique bronze and bright nickel so if brass isn't suitable for your scheme, we have other options you can choose from.
To watch the full episode please click here.
If you are interested in the Osbourne please contact a memeber of our sales team who can arrange for a sample to be sent out.