Blue Moves From AGA
AGA is adding a sumptuous new colour to its range. Dartmouth Blue is reminiscent of the sea and looks fantastic in both traditional and contemporary kitchens…
Blues – particularly denim hues – are big news at the moment, with many trends consultants predicting they will be the hot shades for 2017. However, it’s a huge coincidence that we have chosen a beautiful rich blue as the latest AGA colour.
AGA cookers are well known for their longevity, so when we choose new colours for the range we do so not on the basis of what’s great for now but what we will still love just as much in years or decades to come.
Our new shade – Dartmouth Blue – is just one of those shades: contemporary but classic and designed not to date, it looks fantastic in a host of settings, including both wood and high-gloss kitchens.
We called it Dartmouth Blue because to us it is that beautiful shade you see when the sea meets the sky. Dartmouth is also one of our favourite coastal towns.
The new colour is available on the AGA Total Control – which can be on when you need it and off when you don’t – and the AGA Dual Control, which has ovens that are on all the time and hotplates you can switch on and off as you need them. Each comes in 3-oven and 5-oven models with the option of an integrated module.
The compact AGA City 60 is also available in Dartmouth Blue and – at just 60cm wide – is ideal for smaller kitchens.
Every AGA cooker is manufactured by skilled craftsmen and every one of the 15 stunning colours in our collection is achieved through multiple coats of vitreous enamel. It is this process that helps provide the depth of colour and the stunning finish for which the AGA cooker is renowned.
Dartmouth Blue is available on the traditionally styled AGA City60 and the 3-oven and 5-oven AGA Dual Control and AGA Total Control, including those models with an integrated module
The new colour was chosen because it is right for now and will look fantastic for many years to come. The shade suits both modern and more traditional kitchen settings.