Le Creuset’s Flower Cookware Is Here In Time For Spring

Le Creuset’s Flower Cookware Is Here In Time For Spring

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Le Creuset’s new flower cookware is beautiful and on sale

Le Creuset‘s dreamy line of flower cookware is here and they’re (almost) too pretty to actually use. The collection — which features eight new designs — has been released just in time for Spring AND they’re on sale. Please, just take all my money right now. I will have zero regrets.

Let’s start with the line’s flower cocotte because it is very pretty, purple, and makes me actually want to use my stove. The cookware is made from cast iron so it’s super strong and has an enamel exterior, which means you can go ahead and accidentally drop it all day, everyday. Oh yeah, and it’s currently on sale for $150 — which, I know, still sounds like a hefty price tag but just look at this beaut.

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Does that picture suddenly make you feel like you’re Belle from Beauty and the Beast, wandering through a quaint French village? Me too.

Le Creuset’s Flower Cookware Is Here In Time For Spring

Next up, we have this equally dreamy mini cocotte with a purple flower knob. Again, this really looks like the sort of thing you’d prefer to gaze at rather than actually make a meal in — but you gotta do what you gotta do. Also, it rings in at $26.00 and has a scratch-resistant glaze so feel free to bake your stickiest, most cheese-filled treats in this one.

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There’s also this very dainty, sugar pink, flower embroidered number ($325) that’s fairly drool-worthy. It’s been created to celebrate “Le Creuset’s 25 years in Japan…[and] decorated with cherry blossoms, the traditional Japanese symbol for spring.”

Doesn’t this make you wish it were Spring like, right now?

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If extensive cooking isn’t entirely your thing (fair), you can check out Le Creuset’s other new kitchen items — like this flower-themed tea pot ($90) which is made from carbon steel and painted with a porcelain enamel finish.

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Or this cherry blossoms tea pot ($70).

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You can also grab these cherry blossom mugs ($50), which – according to Le Creuset’s website — are made from “dense stoneware blocks moisture absorption to prevent cracking, crazing and rippling.”

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Also, if you don’t want to burn your hands (and would like to look cute while taking out hot dishes), there’s the flower trivet ($10) which is dishwasher-safe and has a little hook so you can hang it anywhere.

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Hopefully spring is just around the corner, and we can finally open the windows wide, bake lots of delicious stuff, and channel our inner Parisian goddesses.