Le Creuset Just Rolled Out the Prettiest Cookware Collection
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Le Creuset's new all-white collection with gold knobs would look amazing in any kitchen.
Le Creuset makes incredibly beautiful—and practical—pots, pans and Dutch ovens. This French cookware company recently introduced fresh spring colors like artichaut (deep green) and nectar (bright goldenrod).
Now, for summer, Le Creuset has launched a new collection so beautiful, we can’t help but want it ASAP. The stunning new pieces are brilliant white with gleaming gold knobs. Just one look and you’ll be sold!
What Pieces Are in the New Collection?
This collection includes three stunning pieces: a Dutch oven in three sizes (3.5 qt., 5.5 qt. and 7.25 qt.), plus a 1.75-qt. saucepan and 3.5-qt. braiser.
But Le Creuset doesn’t just look good—the brand also makes one of our favorite Dutch ovens because the cookware is practical, too. The enameled cast iron heats up quickly and evenly and can be used on the stovetop and in the oven or broiler. Le Creuset is also dishwasher safe and the shiny gold knobs are oven-safe at any temperature.
Le Creuset products serve double-duty as cookware and decor, since you’re going to want to display them on your table for guests or on an open shelf for an added pop of color in your kitchen.
Put your Le Creuset to work with our best Dutch oven recipes.
Is Le Creuset Worth the Money?
We’ll be the first to admit Le Creuset are investment pieces, aka a little pricey. Like KitchenAid stand mixers, Le Creuset pieces are a staple on wedding registries. This new white and gold collection would make the perfect wedding gift—or even a splurge for yourself.
The collection is available directly from Le Creuset, and the three-piece set has already been knocked down from the $700 list price to a slightly more budget-friendly $525. It can’t hurt to dream!
Psst: If Le Creuset is too pricey, try our very own Dutch oven (we think it’s pretty great, too).