Stone being a natural finish, it offers the most exciting variations in colour and formation.
The great news is that your Cliff radiator is always a ‘one off’ unique piece.
The bad news is that Cliff is not for the control freaks out there.
The nature of this collection means that you have to get back to nature a little bit and let
Eskimo help you to let go. Cliff is as natural as it’s namesake (of the vertical rock wall variety rather than the Richards version). The geological production process that made Cliff so gorgeous took millennia to complete so don’t expect precision in this finish.
This really does need to be made clear to your customers. It is a natural stone finish, so
cannot be controlled. We have chosen four stone veneers so that there is some guidance as to the colours and finish, but the pattern is unique every time of course.
Cliff hangers make for great drama, they also make for great towel rails to create a high
performance radiator and towel warmer combined.
Towel hanging rails in chrome can be added.
£144 + VAT for a single rail.
£208 + VAT for 1 double rail.
Cliff is available in two standard depths and 25
Bespoke sizes are also readily available.
You can specify Hinge & Bracket so that the
monolithic stone panel appears to “float” just off of the wall with the radiator function disguised yet still accessible so that you have full
The Cliff finish is a natural stone veneer with a high degree of surface texture. As such there is a greater potential for dimensional variation. Please allow for a dimensional
tolerance of +/- 6mm in the size of the radiator.
A soil/earthy colour palette with hints of dark chocolate brown, anthracite greys and moss green hues.
Cool greys with a sparkling surface finish.
Very dark mat slate grey to almost black.
A lighter ‘Desert’ stone colour spectrum, mainly warm with hints of sandstone and rock formation greys and browns. Our Cliff finish with the widest potential variation and colour palette; not for the faint hearted. Whatever you end up with will be glorious but don’t go for Baron Stone unless you love a bit of drama.
Louisa October 6th, 2015