Decorative Grilles, Louis XIV Grilles, Radiator Covers
Transform Radiators Promotion – Fight The Ugliness
Today is officially the first day of Fall. Now is the time to finally do something about those ugly radiators. Building a radiator cover/cabinet and using one of our decorative grilles not only makes your radiator look great but it improves the performance of heating in your home. Don’t delay, winter is coming. Join us in our; “Fight The Ugliness” promotion. We are offering a 15% Photography Discount for high definition Before and After photos of your radiator transformation.
We sell our grilles in over 60 different sizes many of which are good for radiator cabinets . Like our 10″ x 36″ and 14″ x 36″ Arts and Crafts. This is our brand new 14″ x 36″ Arts and Crafts.
Or, our Louis XIV 14″ x 30″
When radiators are not being used, is the best time to transform them into functional works of art with our decorative radiator grilles. Our unique 3-Dimensional classic grille designs are the best decorative grilles made today. Beaux-Arts Classic Products Mission is to create architectural products that are functional works of art for those design projects that demand the best.
We design and manufacture in the USA classic alternatives to replace industrial elements found in all residential and commercial spaces; such as, heating and air conditioning vent covers, return air filter grilles, speakers covers, radiator grilles, crawl space vents, and decorative trims for recessed lights. “Our products transform everyday eyesores into Functional Works of Art.”
Here is a very nice radiator by Hudson Reed who specializes in Radiators. They offer Designer Radiators, Electric Radiators and Traditional Radiators. These are the best radiators I have seen, but you are still looking at a radiator. If you prefer not to see the radiator, our handsome grilles make a radiator cover into a handsome addition to the room.
We really identify with Massimo Vignelli’s description of a designers objective. “The life of a designer is a life of fight. Fight against the ugliness. Just like a doctor fights against disease. For us the visual disease is what we have around, and what we try to do is cure it somehow with design.”
This before image from a client demonstrates what we mean by transforming an eyesore into a functional work of art. Our client provided us with before pictures which demonstrate what a huge difference it makes to design a beautiful radiator cover to create an attractive addition to your room.
After with our Louis XIV Style Decorative Grilles. Custom cabinet features access to air conditioner controls.
As I mentioned in my blog post about the history of our Arts and Crafts style decorative grille, which was first designed and manufactured by Tuttle and Bailey in New York City from 1865-1922, they began creating ornamental grilles specifically to transform unattractive radiators.
This handsome grille was one of their ornamental grille designs.
As a result of our efforts and today’s technology here is the result of preserving this classic and timeless design; our very popular Arts and Crafts style decorative vent cover. See History of Historical Arts and Crafts Grille to read the story of making the best grille being made in the USA today.
Closeup of the 3-dimensional design.
The irony is that Tuttle and Bailey today is the leading manufacturer of unattractive industrial louvered returns !!
This handsome radiator cover design with our Arts and Crafts style decorative grille. Only critique is the radiator should have been painted black so you would not see it through the decorative grille when a bright light is on it.
How to design a custom radiator cover. Illustration from Bob Vila.
Beaux-Arts has many radiator designs which we can send you as a guide to design your functional work of art.
Before decorative radiator cover.
Join us in the fight against ugliness and replace an eyesore with one of our functional works of art before Winter. You will be refunded 15% on your purchase when we have received your Before and After Photography. Please email photography to email@example.com.
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