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AGA and Taylor Howes Design are thrilled to announce the launch of a new-look AGA range cooker. The creative teams have worked together to create a beautiful new cooker, to be unveiled on the cusp of the AGA cooker’s 100th birthday.
It is rare for AGA to collaborate, so the Taylor Howes designed AGA is an especially exciting development for the iconic British brand. Launching this autumn, the new AGA will appeal to those who value great design blended with peerless performance, wrapped-up in something that feels special and unique.
The new-look cooker features the signature Taylor Howes navy blue colourway with the addition of copper-coloured hardware – the first time this metal finish has been available commercially in the brand’s history – giving it a truly contemporary and elegant feel.
“The idea for the collaboration was born out of our wanting to create something fitting for both town and country living, and with the Taylor Howes colourway and particularly the new metal we’ve created something show stopping.”
With the kitchen regarded as the heart of every home – even more so after the last year of lockdowns and staying in – the AGA is surely the defining feature. Therefore, it’s timely this new collaboration launches in Autumn 2021 and the added luxe of copper detailing and an elegant navy-blue colourway offers a twist on a much-loved classic.
The Taylor Howes x AGA collaboration cooker is available on AGA 7 Series 100 and 150 models. Please contact one of our AGA Centres for pricing and availability.
Karen Howes is an award-winning interior designer, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. She is the founder of, and Chief Executive of the Knightsbridge based interior design studio, Taylor Howes Designs. Karen has challenged the way interior design is seen and practiced for nearly three decades, she is a passionate and active member of London’s design community and under her leadership, Karen’s cemented the reputation of the design studio as a Great British brand.
The DNA of Taylor Howes is very much Karen’s own vision: a positive, approachable, and refreshing energy that has been refined over decades. Karen is also the founder of Rest Nest, a charitable initiative dedicated to improving the working conditions and wellbeing of NHS nursing staff by improving and redecorating their on-ward staff rooms.