Le Creuset launched two new downright gorgeous spring colors

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Home chefs, assemble. Le Creuset’s spring line is here, and the new colors of the sought-after cookware and bakeware are downright gorgeous. While you impatiently wait for warmer weather, this line can help to you bring some spring flair into your kitchen.

The new Le Creuset colors were designed to exude the look and feel of springtime. The new colorways include Nectar, which is a warm golden color swirled with honey and caramel hues, and Artichaut, which is described as an “opulent green.”

Le Creuset’s colorful cookware is a favorite of home cooks and professional chefs alike. With bold colors and sought-after products, Le Creuset is known for quality as well as looks.

The colorful cast iron cookware and bakeware is celebrated for heat retention and even heat distribution. Unlike traditional cast iron, the enamel coating on Le Creuset makes the products resistant to burning and sticking. 

Eight of Le Creuset’s hero products come in the two new shades, including the brand’s skillet, Dutch ovens and braisers. Additional products, like mugs and an adorable honey pot, come in the Nectar shade.

Check out the new colorways below, and jazz up your kitchen — and your kitchen — with some new toys.

Shop: Le Creuset 6.75 Quart Oval Dutch Oven in Nectar, $375

Shop: Le Creuset 4.5 Quart Round Dutch Oven in Artichaut, $320

Shop: Le Creuset 4 Quart Heritage Rectangular Casserole in Nectar, $110

Shop: Le Creuset 10.25 Inch Signature Skillet in Artichaut, $100 ($170)

Shop: Le Creuset Mug in Nectar, $18

Shop: Le Creuset 2.25 Quart Braiser in Artichaut, $180 (Orig. $250)

Shop: Le Creuset Honey Pot in Nectar, $45

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