- Le Creuset Signature Cast-Iron Matte Round Dutch Oven Sugg. Price $240 – $515 Our Price $129.95 – $385
- Le Creuset Signature Cast-Iron Matte Oval Dutch Oven Sugg. Price $500 – $610 Our Price $375 – $440
- Le Creuset Cast-Iron Rectangular Skinny Grill with Cookbook Sugg. Price $195 Our Price $110
- Le Creuset Signature Lite Grill Pan $179.95
- Le Creuset Reservoir Grill Sugg. Price $485 Our Price $149.95
- Le Creuset Heritage Stoneware Rectangular Covered Casserole Sugg. Price $155 Our Price $110
- Le Creuset Heritage Stoneware Deep Covered Baker Sugg. Price $150 Our Price $99.95
- Le Creuset Heritage Stoneware Rectangular Dish Sugg. Price $50 – $100 Our Price $50 – $80
Le Creuset Matte Navy
Who said that all professional cookware had to be white? Go bold in your kitchen with intense colors instead. At Williams-Sonoma we understand that the tones you love inspire cooks to culinary greatness. They give you ideas anytime you need them and turn a countertop into a place you love to be. Excited chefs produce tastier dishes made with love through and through. Give your family your best while cooking with pieces that make you happy too. Our Le Creuset cookware is famed for its vibrant tones, and navy is no exception. Complete your ideal space with matching kitchen towels and other linens.
Le Creuset Matte Navy cookware stands out in the kitchen. It gives the whole room an atmosphere of power and purpose. Blue helps you get things done. It takes you beyond planning into action. That productivity and focus is what makes navy a favorite color for professional test kitchens. It’s also great for decor since it adapts so easily to different styles, from traditional to modern. Navy cookware enhances white walls effortlessly. Or add some panache to the space by combining bright greens with your dark blue pieces. Choose a marble cutting board for even more sophistication.
That versatility looks just as stunning in the dining room. Orange accents and navy cookware create a Middle-Eastern vibe. If you want your space to seem especially cool and sleek, pair Le Creuset Matte Navy with gray walls. Or take your decorative cues from Superman and match cookware with deep reds. Any of these ideas are sure to give your guests something to talk about. For formal dinner parties, the serious nature of navy is especially elegant alongside white porcelain place settings.
Le Creuset doesn’t rely on its colors only to wow your family and friends. It also excels at cooking by whatever means you can think of. A double-burner grill, for example, brings all the sweet, juicy and subtly charred flavors of a backyard barbeque into the kitchen. Enjoy hamburgers, pork chops, chicken breasts and steaks, all without having to brave the outdoors. Plus, it saves a lot of time since you don’t have to wait for a grill to heat up. Two burners means enough space for family cooking. And the best part is that it’s healthy. A great sear locks in moisture while slowly draining unwanted fats into the bottom of the pan. At the same time, raised contours give your burgers that characteristic grilled pattern that looks so tempting. Check out our healthy cooking ideas for tips from professional chefs.
Another advantage of our Le Creuset Skinny Grill is that you can cook things that normally don’t work on an outdoor grill. Fish and shrimp, scallops, lobster and other seafood are easy to handle. Or toss some veggies on the grill, either as a side or a main course. Asparagus, mushrooms and cherry tomatoes are just a few options. An nonstick enamel finish is great for browning and is easy to clean afterwards. Cast iron underneath distributes heat evenly, making sure that everything cooks at the same time, with no hotspots. Cut up vegetables like a pro with a Santoku knife.
Our rectangular stoneware takes that flexibility to the oven. It’s perfect for making casseroles, roasts, vegetables and more. It also lets you add some melted cheese at the end of cooking. If you and your family are fans of classic Italian, chances are that this is about to become one of your favorite pans. Baked cavatelli, lasagna, cannoli, raviolis and spaghetti with meatballs turn out golden and full of rich flavors in a stoneware container. That’s because it absorbs and retains heat really well. In the oven, food cooks from every side, releasing all of that toasty goodness. You can even brown roasts on the stove top first before putting them in the oven for a couple of hours. For crunchy pizza, a pizza oven is a must.