513 warming towel racks Contemporary Products
Here's a wine rack of a different kind. Handmade from reclaimed wine barrels, this bar would look great in yours — or add it to your kitchen or bath for some natural beauty and "Napa-peal." It curves naturally, thanks to the barrel shape, has the patina of age and use and is accented with the...
Banded Barrel Stave Towel Rack, Large
$65 · Only 5 Left
Hold your entire family's towels on this attractive brass towel rack. You can slide the three 16-inch towel bars all the way out to hold three large towels or place them in the middle to hold smaller towels.
Your bathroom — only better! That's what you get with this sleek rack. Made in Italy of chromed brass, it's designed to let you stack or hang your towels, and look great doing it.
Easy Living Towel Rack
$518 · Only 4 Left
Glossy white, lacquered side poles provide stark contrast to the natural driftwood rungs of this stunning towel rack. Bring a natural touch to your bathroom with a piece of functional art, or use it to hold extra throws and quilts in the bedroom or living area.
Driftwood Towel Rack
An accoutrement of many European grand hotels, this freestanding towel rack presents your towel as you step out of the shower. This one is designed for discretion, to slide into smaller bathrooms without a fuss.
Menoto Towel Stand, Matte
Too many towels? No such thing. Now you can keep an ample supply on hand — even in a small bathroom — with this sleek vertical stand. All you've got to do is roll 'em and rack 'em.
WS Bath Collections Skuara Vertical Towel Holder
$224 · Only 3 Left
Consider the singular beauty of this towel rack. A stainless steel study of minimalist design almost too striking to hide under a wet towel. No matter. It will always set a shining example for the rest of your bath to admire.
At the dawn of a civilized day, shouldn’t dry towels swivel to meet you as you emerge from the shower? Shouldn’t the wet one retreat to the back allowing a fresh one to come to the fore? This isn’t a pipe dream of the order-obsessed. It’s called a Towel Rail and it’s right here, now.
Duo Towel Rail, Polished
I've been using towel warmers for a while now, and there is a good reason for it. They warm towels and reduce moisture and mildew.
When my family and I traveled to Scotland, I really began to appreciate the value of a good towel heater, as it was freezing most of the time we were there. Here in Texas, it's rarely cold enough to warrant one of these, but they're such a luxury!
I love teak and think that adding teak into a bathroom creates a nice spa-like feel. This solid teak towel rack from Bed Bath & Beyond has an open design and a shelf for additional storage. At 34 inches tall and 23 inches wide, it also does not take up too much space in the bathroom.
Teak Towel Rack
Less wall space does not preclude increased towel rack opportunities. This double rack can potentially hold your entire set of towels with room to spare. Two of them would furnish dry towels for your entire family. All in all, an excellent excuse to go buy another set of extra plush bath sheets.
Materia Turning Towel Bar in Shiny Aluminium 12.2"
$203 · Only 2 Left
Materia Hanger & Towel Holder in Shiny Aluminium
$91 · Only 2 Left
This gift idea is pretty specific, but if your giftee's bathroom is seriously lacking in towel bars or if you've noticed his is falling apart, this design is ingenious! It has the space to spread out that damp towel over the bar, while also offering two hooks for hanging dry towels, smaller towels...
Sofia Towel Bar
More towel room, less wall space. A simple concept, elegantly translated into a towel rack that handles two towels, and can swing out to serve you as you step out of the shower. Of course, it works equally well meeting wet hands with a welcome towel in the kitchen or laundry room too.
This simple wire towel hanger is such a nice solution for a bathroom that lacks the wall space for a larger rack.
I thought I'd seen it all, but color me very impressed with this. These hanging bars fit in door hinges and are the ultimate in small-space hanging options. They aren't called Clutterbusters for nothing!
The idea of a dressing ladder is as luxurious as it is practical. If I had the space in my bathroom, I'd prop this simple ladder against the wall and hang my hand towels from the top rung and my pajamas-in-waiting on the bottom two.
This Chinese workman's ladder has a lacquered finish that would look stunning in a classically styled bathroom.
This high-end squared floor standing towel stand is perfect for your modern or contemporary bathroom. Made out of stainless steel and brass with a polished chrome finish. Towel rails slide back and forth to your desired lengths. Made in Italy by Gedy.
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