The concept of “wet zones” and “wet rooms” has become more popular in bathroom design. Larger bathrooms frequently lack walls or other barriers between the shower, bathtub, and remainder of the space. Glass walls that completely separate the bathroom from the rest are frequently found in smaller bathrooms. The idea is well-liked since it gives a space a more open, light, and breezy vibe. If there are no obstacles to accessibility, it can also support independent living as people age.
Certain electrical items, such as heated towel racks, may experience issues in these moisture and humidity-rich environments. We want to fix this issue by introducing the Bathvo heated towel rack!
Imagine having a stunning standalone bathtub. Imagine being able to grab a warm, comfortable towel from the heated towel rack that is conveniently located nearby. Maybe you tore out the outdated cast iron shower/tub combo and installed a roomy walk-in shower in its place. You have your new rain showerhead on one end, and your heated towel rack with a warm towel waiting for you when the water is turned off, is on the other. Or maybe you have that huge wet room with the tub and shower all in one place. Whatever bathing regimen you like, the heated towel rack is there to keep your towel toasty warm.
As we transition to more open-concept settings, wall space in bathrooms is getting more and more difficult to find. And the few walls are only used for the toilets, showers, tubs, mirrors, and vanities. Ordinarily, if it was even possible, this restricted the sites where hot towel racks could be erected owing to code requirements. The Bathvo heated towel rack, however, has radically altered the situation. Choosing where to install these goods and where you want them to be for quick access is now much more up to you.