Get the Inside Scoop on the New Le Creuset Colors for Spring

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Just in time for spring, these new Le Creuset colors will brighten up your mood—and your kitchen.

Spring is almost here, and we’re celebrating with lighter recipes and bright pops of color. As we open up the windows and pack away our snow boots, we can’t wait to spruce up our kitchens, too. First up, invest in the new Le Creuset colors of timeless cookware.

What Are the New Colors?

Le Creuset opted for warm and inviting tones when they developed their new spring line. The first new color is nectar, a sunny yellow perfect for bright brunches. The second color is artichaut, a deep green for hearty spring soups.

More of a pastel fan? These Le Creuset mugs are for you.

Where Can I Buy the Spring Colors?

While many of the Le Creuset cookware items are available on Amazon, the new spring colors are only available at Williams Sonoma, Sur La Table and on lecreuset.com. While the colors are brand new, many of the items are already on sale.

Where Do I Start?

Until the glorious day when we can all afford to completely restock our kitchens with everything Le Creuset, let’s look at one or two pieces to refresh our space and cooking. Le Creuset has always made one of our favorite Dutch ovens, and the round Dutch oven in artichaut is on sale for $335.

Another kitchen staple that’s worth the investment is a cast-iron skillet. Le Creuset’s skillet in nectar is on sale for $100 and can handle anything from creamy salmon linguine to macaroon-topped rhubarb cobbler.

No matter which color you choose, it’ll look great in your kitchen—especially when it’s serving up one of these Dutch Oven chicken recipes.

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Carrie Madormo, RN
Now a freelance health and food writer, Carrie worked as a nurse for over a decade. When she isn't hunched over her laptop with a baby in hand, you will find her cooking her grandmother’s recipes, lacing up her running shoes or sipping coffee in the bathroom to hide from her three young children.