Defined by simplicity, subtle sophistication and clean lines, this collection of towel warmers reflects the origin of their transatlantic beginnings. Our commitment to high quality materials and manufacture ensure it’s not only the looks which stand the test of time.

Select the product size and finish you require, then simply add it to your quote basket. If specifying using previously stated Vogue UK product codes, you will find that many of our products are matched with new codes. Help to find a match is easy by using the websites search function. Search the old code to find a suitable version of our refined offering.

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A towel dryer is an essential component of any bathroom because it allows damp towels to dry in such a way that they remain soft and gentle in readiness for reuse with no need for costly and unnecessary laundry.

A towel warmer ensures that your towels are warm and cosy ready for when you step out of the shower or tub.

Fortunately, with Vogue you can enjoy both of those benefits from just one unit!

But that’s not all.

Many of the models that you are about to see can also be a radiator and provide you with the heat source that every bath or shower room needs.

Bathroom zones
Zone 0

Inside the bath or shower. Any fitting here must be SELV (max 12v) and a minimum rating of IPX7. (Protection against immersion in water).

Above the bath or shower to a height of 86". A minimum rating of IPX4 is required * See note 1.

Zone 2

The area stretching to 24" outside the bath or shower and above the bath or shower if over 86". A minimum rating of IPX4 is required

Anywhere outside zones 0, 1, and 2. Where water jets are not used for cleaning purposes, the general rules BS7671 apply. * See note 1.


In zones 1 and 2 if there is a likelihood of water jets being used for cleaning purposes a minimum of IPx5 is required.

Where ceiling heights exceed 7.38’, the zones are effectively up to 9.84’, beyond 9.84’ the walls are out of scope.

Sinks are not covered, however they are usually considered to be Zone 2.

If the space underneath a bath cannot be accessed without tools, that space is considered to be out of zone.
Information contained on this page is for guidance only.

The IP (ingress protection) rating given to an enclosure states the degree of protection of offers by means of two digits.

A summery of these are detailed below. For more information please see IEC 529: 1989 BSEN 65029:1992.

First Digit

Protection against solid foreign objects and access to hazardous parts.

At the lowest of seven levels is 0, this means no protection is offered. At the highest level 6, there shall be no entry of dust particles.

No Protection

Protected against solid objects larger than 50mm e.g. accidental touch.

Protected against solid objects larger than 12.5mm e.g. fingers.

Protected against solid objects larger than 2.5mm e.g. tools and cables.

Protected against solid objects larger than 1mm.

Protected against dust (no harmful deposits).

Totally protected against dust.

No Protection

Protected against vertically falling drops of water e.g. condensation.

Protected against direct sprays of water up to 15° from the vertical. 2nd 0

Protected against direct sprays of water up to 60° from the vertical.

Protected against water splashes - limited ingress permitted.

Protected against low pressure jets of water - limited ingress permitted.

Protected against strong jets of water - limited ingress permitted.

Protected against temporary immersion in water(150mm and 1m.).

Protected against continuous submersion at a specified depth.

Second Digit

Protection against entrance of water on a progressive scale. At level 1 dripping water shall have no effect. At level 6 water from powerful jets against the enclosure shall have no effect.

The letter X can be used in place of the first digit or second digit to indicate that tests have not being carried out or are not applicable.

IEC 529, bs en 60529 does not apply to any risk of explosion or conditions such as humidity, corrosive gases, fungi or vermin. In certain cases equipment designed to be mounted in an enclosure will contribute towards the stated IP rating (eg Push buttons mounted in an enclosure). Different parts of enclosures can have different degrees of protection and still conform to the standard (e.g. Enclosures with pre-drilled conduit entry. All information strictly for guidance only, please refer to regulations and manufacturers for information if you are in any doubt.


What the British know as a towel rail may also be known as one of the following in America:

  • Bathroom Accessories
  • Bathroom Racks
  • Freestanding Heater
  • Space Heater
  • The following prefaced with "Towel" (and often "Heated"):
    • Heater
    • Warmer
    • Dryer
    • Airer
    • Holder
    • Hanger
    • Stand
    • Shelf
    • Rack
    • Bar
    • Stacker

Please see below some further alternative terminology that may be helpful when navigating and understanding our website:

  • Hardware kit = Fixing kit including junction box.
  • Escutcheon = Flange
  • Mounting posts = Fixing brackets
Receiving your Vogue UK towel rails in perfect condition is our priority. We take great care to create your products so employ the following measures for protective packaging and delivery:

  • Structural cardboard boxes with expanded foam inner support and additional internal card protection
  • Additional bubble wrapped exterior for extra protection
  • Highly visible handling instructions on the packages
  • Mounting components and product instructions contained within the box
  • Delivered by leading courier companies
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