Ever since the founders of Le Creuset added a fiery orange pigment to their enamel glaze, color has been at the heart of our work. Inspirational and impactful, our colors have become as central to our character as our dependable quality. 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.
Soleil, Le Creuset’s newest hue, draws on the sun-filled spirit of late afternoon gatherings in the southeastern French countryside. With its radiant range of yellows, Soleil has a sophisticated, appealing gradient that arcs from soft butter to bright citrus.
In the south of France, situated along the Mediterranean coast, lies the ancient French city of MARSEILLE. With a nod to its French heritage, Le Creuset has named its newest blue after this seaside city and the water that laps its shores. The pleasant blue of MARSEILLE consists of graduated tones, from the delicate hue of the water that reaches the sands, to the deeper blue of the Mediterranean Sea.
Inspired by the sight of molten cast iron pouring from a crucible, our world-famous, iconic FLAME has been Le Creuset's trademark statement in color and style since 1925. Fittingly known in France as Volcanique, FLAME is bold, glowing and confident. It represents the classic heritage of fine French cuisine, as well as the enduring tradition of craftsmanship carried on by the artisans inside our Fresnoy-le-Grand foundry.
Blended from the vibrant palette of a tropical seascape, Le Creuset's CARIBBEAN combines the calming effects of blue and white to create a fresh, island-inspired hue. Suggesting clear skies and clean water, CARIBBEAN adds an inviting brightness to the kitchen, as well as the unmistakable flavor of summer in any season.
CHERRY is one of the most striking colors in the Le Creuset palette, with a rich gradient of reds ranging from deep maroon to bright scarlet. Long recognized as emotionally engaging and even believed to stimulate the appetite, soulful reds like CHERRY embody the passionate spirit that goes into preparing our best-loved recipes.
The off-white shades that make up Le Creuset's DUNE lend a traditional, gently aged character to any design. With the soft tones of eggshell, cane sugar and fresh cream, DUNE's warmth blends seamlessly with most Le Creuset colors.
Named for the sweet black currant, Le Creuset's CASSIS incorporates the nature-inspired shades found in aubergine and wild berries. Elegantly understated, CASSIS displays a warmth that complements soft-hued neutrals, and is one of today's most sought-after colors.
Grounded in nature's palette of organic and rustic browns, Le Creuset's TRUFFLE stems from the rich soil of a farm in Provence, where hearty, comforting dishes always have a place at the table. The deep earth tones of TRUFFLE create a rich base for the addition of any color.
The rich, natural green of Le Creuset's FENNEL calls to mind a lush summer garden, brimming with bright vegetables and blooms. Deep, bold and verdant, FENNEL brings fresh color to the kitchen and the table, just as the aromatic herb adds a touch of savory flavor to our favorite recipes.
Light and neutral, WHITE blends with every color of the spectrum and reflects brightness in any space. WHITE creates a classic and timeless look when paired with any color in the Le Creuset collection.
The pear-shaped QUINCE can be found in well-stocked orchards, with an intense aroma that is at once fresh and alluring. Le Creuset’s QUINCE is a soft and buttery yellow that’s perfect for adding light and happy color tones to the kitchen.
During his journey to India, explorer Marco Polo took notice of a blue dye that imparted its deep, brilliant hue to fabrics and pigments. INDIGO, as it became known, was prized for its depths of color, and became a symbol for riches and luxury. INDIGO’s quiet intensity is just as striking in today’s kitchen as it was in the fabrics of India so long ago.
Blending the greens, blues and greys of open water, Le Creuset's OCEAN brings the calming influence of the sea into the kitchen. The sophisticated tones create an impactful display, and pair well with darker colors or neutral shades.