Since the introduction of Volcanic Flame enamelled cast iron more than 90 years ago, Le Creuset has been a leader in bold, rich colour — and an innovator in the latest, most sought-after hues. Generations of chefs and food lovers have collected these colourful classics through the years, all while discovering new Le Creuset hues to create a seamless array of complementary pairings.
Today, Le Creuset’s range of signature shades continues to evolve – building on the best of the past and proving that true classics never go out of style.
This emotionally engaging red features a rich gradient, making it one of the most striking colours in the palette.
Inspired by molten cast iron pouring from a crucible, our world-famous, glowing Flame has been the brand’s trademark statement in colour and style since 1925.
Soleil draws on the sun-filled spirit of late afternoon gatherings in the southeastern French countryside. With its radiant range of yellows, Soleil is a sophisticated, appealing gradient that arcs from soft butter to bright citrus.
Inspired by the lush fringe of green that divides land and sea, palm’s crisp, botanical tones are refreshingly modern and coastal.
This vibrant hue combines the calming effects of blue and white for an unmistakably fresh, island-inspired colour.
Bold and vibrant with an organic feel, this rich, authentic blue reflects the essence of sunlight and the warmth of life in southern France.
With the soft tones of eggshell, cane sugar and fresh cream, Dune blends beautifully into nearly every kitchen setting.
Bonbon from Le Creuset is the latest in a storied line of trend-setting colours whose subtle complexity will draw you irresistibly into its world. It radiates contradictory notes of softness and striking vibrancy, and is at once gorgeously subtle and deliciously decadent.
Inspired by its namesake delicacy, iron skies and glistening beach stones polished smooth by the pounding surf, Oyster is a fundamental grey that pairs perfectly with all colours.
Inspired by flavourful european classics like niçoise and truffles, this sophisticated matte black object d’art is now simmering in some of the world’s finest kitchens.