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What AGA colour should I get?

Posted on May 17, 2021 in AGA

AGA cast-iron cookers are available in various sizes and styles and have become something of a design feature in many kitchens. An AGA can be the focal point of any kitchen design, and with many different colour options, you can easily find an AGA to fit with your style. There is an AGA colour option for every personality and every kitchen design.

At Edwards & Godding, we understand that choosing a colour for your AGA cast-iron cooker is possibly the hardest decision. So, we have put together a list of answers to your frequently asked questions to help you settle on a AGA colour.

What colour can I have?

AGA has a total 16 colours available for their cast-iron cooker collection. You can also view the swatches of an AGA range cooker on our website by clicking a model and click on your desired colour to see how it will look.

Below is the current AGA cooker colour range for 2021.

If you can’t find the colour you are looking for to match your kitchen, AGA does offer a bespoke colour service which enables you to have an AGA cooker in virtually any colour you like. By providing a sample of your chosen colour, AGA’s enameling team will work to colour match their gleaming vitreous enamel in order to create your desired cooker. This service will cost an additional £2000.

How do I see the cookers in real life?

Due to current COVID-19 restrictions, we are unable to open our showrooms. However, we are happy to guide you through our kitchens via Zoom from our Reading showroom.

To tackle this issue further, we have a Pinterest board showcasing AGA colours in different styles of kitchens and in different lighting so you can get some idea of what they look like in real life. You can also visit our Instagram page where we often post AGA cooker inspiration.

Will the colour of the module be the same as my old AGA?

If you are looking to purchase a freestanding module to go with your AGA cooker, colours may vary in shades depending on the batch. However, the enameling team at AGA will work to their best ability to colour match in order to achieve your dream cooker.

What colour shows dirt more?

To put it simply, the lighter the AGA, the more careful you will have to be. A little bit of care and maintenance will help you get the most from your cast-iron range cooker and it will reward you with a long service life.

A daily rub with a damp soapy cloth followed by a clean, dry cloth can help to keep your AGA sparkling clean. Try to wipe up any spills on the AGA top and front plates as soon as they occur. Like other range cookers, baked-on-food is more difficult to clean, but can usually be removed with AGA enamel cleaner and a damp cloth.

Never use oven cleaners or a cold wet cloth on the enamel. Milk, orange juice or anything containing acid can damage the enamel and should be wiped up immediately. The AGA E-cloth is brilliant and it may be worth keeping one on hand.

When do you need to decide on the colour?

We understand that choosing a colour for your AGA is a tough decision. As vitreous enamel is effectively a glass product it is very difficult to portray the true colour on the website or in the brochure. Therefore, we strongly recommend you see an enamel sample before settling on a colour choice and placing an order with us. You can order your AGA colour sample of any shade by enquiring with us today. Please note that sample shades may vary slightly.

What if I change my mind after ordering?

This depends when you have ordered your cooker and where the cooker is on the build schedule at AGA. So, if you change your mind on your colour choice within the first few days of ordering, we can usually change it without any issues to the delivery date. However, if it's after a few weeks the your delivery date will likely be pushed back.

If you have any further question, please don't hesitate to get into touch with us today by calling 0118 939 3046 or email info@edwardsandgodding.co.uk.