A stunning house restoration in Wiltshire

David supplied a large number of reconditioned original cast iron radiators to a private client who is restoring a mansion in Wiltshire. The radiators have been in storage for some time now, and the first phase of the restoration is nearing completion. We were allowed inside for a sneaky look at some of the rooms, which are just breathtakingly beautiful. More pics when we have finished the final stage of this big project.

Reclaimed Radiators in Wiltshire (8)

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A Duchess with a funky metallic paint finish. To get the look mix silver and black hammerite paint. Here’s one we prepared earlier! A slim duchess radiator which went to Noss Mayo in Plymouth. It certainly gets our vote.

Unusual 18″ high Princess radiator

Pictured here is a really rare 18″ high ‘Princess’ radiator, you just don’t see many around in these dimensions, so it was a lucky find.

Pictured in black primer and supplied to a private customer in Clifton Wood, Bristol

Black 4 column radiator with original valves

Looking for reconditioned cast iron radiators with original valves for your period home? We’d love to help.

Pictured here: a 24″ 4 column original cast iron radiator in black primer supplied to a client in Minchinhampton near Stroud.  David also restored these original 1/2 inch valves.


Ardenbrite metallic paint finish

Reclaimed Radiators now stock Ardenbite metallic paints and we can finish any radiator in a choice of this high quality paint. Here’s an example of a lovely original round top radiator in Ardenbrite’s Old Penny Bronze. If you would like to know more about Ardenbrite paint finishes, please give us a call. There is a £50 surcharge for a metallic paint finish, but the results are well and truly worth it.


Round top radiator in Ardenbrite metallic paint finish
Round top radiator in Ardenbrite metallic paint finish

Reclaimed Radiators in Blakes Interiors, Bath

Make sure you drop into Blakes Interiors, just off Pulteney Bridge in Bath when you are next in town. It’s an Aladdin’s cave, crammed full of interior design gems. Reclaimed Radiators supplied the original cast iron radiators for the interior of the shop, they are finished in matt black paint and look very fitting in such a stylish setting.


Reclaimed Radiators, London

We’ve just delivered a collection of traditional cast iron radiators to a private client who owns an apartment in Aberdeen Place, London. Our client already had some antique radiators, which were in need of refurbishment. We reconditioned her radiators and supplied in time for Christmas! As she was completely renovating her period property, we also supplied a number of additional cast iron radiators to match the existing system. More pics to follow when the project is complete.

If you are looking for original cast iron radiators in London, although we are based in the South West we are happy to supply  – so please take a look at our website and pick up the phone for a no-obligation quote. Our prices are highly competitive and we are happy to supply references should you need them.



Reclaimed Radiators at Blakes Interiors

Blakes Interiors at 8 Bridge Street, Bath is one of the City’s coolest new shops. RIP Habitat… this eclectic, stylish and hip interiors store is a treasure trove of desirable things that will make you want to rush home and de-clutter so you can redesign your living space in the style of Patrick Crawshaw.

Patrick ordered some retro radiators from us for his shop, which we were able to turn around in super-fast time. They are finished in  his own choice of eggshell black, and look just the job alongside the furniture for sale on the first floor. If you haven’t paid Blakes Interiors a visit, make a note to go there next time you’re in Bath.

Thanks to the teachers strike I had the pleasure of the kids company on my trip into town – and they made very eager ‘models’ for my photoshoot. The photos might have been a little better if I hadn’t been QUITE so nervous they were going to trash everything in sight….. I am happy to report that Patrick’s lovely shop survived the ordeal and his rads look FAB!