Le Creuset’s Brand-New Colors Have Us Drooling
The two brand-new shades are a major spring mood
Colorful spring collections for the home have arrived, but they’re usually furniture—like Serena & Lily’s drop, or Anthropologie’s 1,700 new items. This time, the bright-hued drop worth shopping is for your kitchen.
Le Creuset is no average kitchenware, and neither is a new collection by the brand. Founded in 1925 by two French artisans, Le Creuset is known for bright, unique enamel colors like the ember shades of Volcanique/Flame. Now, two new colors have entered the cookware brand’s shelves.
The spring shades are Nectar, a warm yellow, and Artichaut, a cool green. The colors will be available in a variety of Le Creuset products from enameled cast iron to stoneware and bakeware.
According to a press release, Nectar is inspired by “a ray of sunshine swirled with honey and a hint of caramel,” while Artichaut “evokes the artichoke’s mystique in a chic, opulent green that is born of the garden and revered in the kitchen.”
The new colors are now available online at LeCreuset.com, and Williams Sonoma and Sur La Table stores nationwide. Which will you shop?