In this guide, I’m going to show you how to design a ‘Flush’ Radiator Cover on the Jali website. Jali allows you to choose from a massive array of different styling options, so you really can create whatever you’re looking for. ‘Flush’ refers to the flat sides and front, which combined with the Oak woodgrain, creates a minimal cover to modernise your home.
We’ll start by visiting the Radiator Covers page on the Jali website. If you scroll down, you’ll see lots of examples that are ready to buy or customise further. But for now, let’s just dive into the designer.
To enter the Jali Designer, just click the big green button.
First of all, I’m going to change the Finish to an Oak veneer. After a moment, you should see the 3D Radiator Cover on the left update.
At the moment, the Top and Skirting (or Plinth) are extending beyond the main Radiator Cover body, which is not what we want. So, click on the Advanced menu, and then Design.
The Flush setting is inside the Skirting menu, so click on that next.
Firstly, we want to adjust the ‘Normal’ Skirting to the Flush option. While we’re at it, let’s click the Plain option for the front skirting style.
And that’s it! You can adjust the sizes and other details to match, but as long as you’ve left enough clearance for your radiator to go inside, you’re good to go. You can save the design for later, or add it to your basket. If you’re not logged in, or don’t have an account, you will be prompted to do so first.