Product Spotlight: Le Creuset

Le Creuset aspires to empower people everywhere to find joy through cooking. In this article, we spotlight some of Le Creuset‘s best-selling products and explore how these unique kitchenwares can add a pop of color to your kitchen.


Le Creuset is a premium French cookware manufacturer, known for their colorful, refined kitchenwares. Since introducing their first enameled cast iron cocotte in 1925, the company has earned repute for unparalleled quality, style, and innovation. Keep reading to find out more about what Le Creuset has to offer. 

Designs in Cast Iron

Nearly a century ago, Le Creuset produced the first enameled cast iron cookware. Since that time, Le Creuset cast iron has been widely recognized for its strength and durability. Each piece is cast individually and hand-inspected by skilled artisans.

Designs in Stoneware for Pop of Color

Le Creuset stoneware is crafted for people who love to cook, eat, and entertain. Stoneware is unique in that it is fired at a high temperature, making it safe for the oven, broiler and microwave. It is also scratch- and stain-resistant.

Getting Inspired by Le Creuset‘s Signature Colors for Kitchenwares

Ceramic Salt Mills, via Le Creuset

Color has always been a cornerstone of Le Creuset‘s designs. In 1925, the company’s founders added a fiery orange pigment to their enamel glaze, creating a signature color now known as Flame. Today, Le Creuset wares are available in close to 60 signature shades. To shop Le Creuset kitchenwares, find the perfect pop of color complement for your space design by using the Vishion app.

If you’re a fan of Flame, or any of the other colors found in the
Le Creuset color collection, Vishion can also help you find furnishings, accents, and other home decor to match. Get started by downloading the Vishion app!

Take a look at the full Le Creuset collection here.

7 Interior Designs inspired by a Botanical Palette

Feeling inspired? Download the Vishion app, and follow Vishion on Instagram or Facebook, to learn more about curating designs in trending palettes and creating palettes of your very own. 

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