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10 Charming Radiator Covers

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I love the radiators in my apartment. They're antique, ornate, and original to the house. They heat my apartment well in the winter and they add a nice grounding splash of black. It can be a bit tricky to decorate around them. They're sorta like permanent pieces of furniture that can't be moved around when I rearrange. I want to incorporate them into my decor as much as possible. Putting a shelf on the top of a radiator not only makes it part of the room, but also adds extra storage space for books, plants, and other items. 


thanksimadeitblog
This radiator shelf is now an accessory spot for jewelry. I'd add a big mirror over the radiator.


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 Adding a shelf to this bedside radiator transforms it into a nightstand.


houseandhome
I love the little vignette on this radiator shelf – small boxes and a pretty flower. 


apartmenttherapy
 I'm always a fan of antlers. I love how the white of the radiator, picture frame,
skull, lamp, and bottle all contrast with the soft gray wall. So vintage-lovely.


younghouselove
This radiator shelf gives the feel of a fireplace mantle with the big 
mirror hung overhead, sconces, and picture frames. 


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I like that this radiator cover is a slab of marble rather than wood.
Perfect for a bathroom.


apartmenttherapy
Stacks of books have a home on this bedside radiator cover.


designsourcebook
A mirror, candle, and array of beauty items give this radiator a vanity feel. 


theglitterguide
Lastly, I love the vintage fan and tiny gold deer on this radiator cover.

Now to get started on some radiator covers for my apartment...

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Becky said…
This was a lovely collection of covers. I have three or four of these metal radiator covers from my 1915 house. I no longer need them Any idea who would want them? Thanks, Becky

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