- Staub Cast-Iron Round Cocotte Sugg. Price $129.95 – $757 Our Price $99.95 – $560
- Staub Cast-Iron Oval Cocotte Sugg. Price $159.95 – $543 Our Price $159.95 – $380
- Staub Cast-Iron Essential Lily Embossed French Oven Sugg. Price $310 – $429 Our Price $199.95 – $310
- Staub Cast-Iron Round Wide Cocotte, 6-Qt. Sugg. Price $457 Our Price $340
- Staub Cast-Iron Essential French Oven, 3 3/4-Qt. Sugg. Price $429 Our Price $179.95 – $199.95
- Staub Cast-Iron Coq Au Vin Sugg. Price $414 – $493 Our Price $221.99 – $345
- Staub Cast-Iron Braiser Sugg. Price $371 Our Price $270
- Staub Cast-Iron Fry Pan Sugg. Price $175 – $286 Our Price $170 – $205
- Staub Cast-Iron Grill Pan & Press Sugg. Price $293 – $393 Our Price $205 – $259.95
- Staub Cast-Iron 3 1/2-Qt. Braiser Sugg. Price $330 – $457 Our Price $330
- Staub Petite Cast-Iron French Oven, 1 1/2-Qt. Sugg. Price $200 – $286 Our Price $159.99 – $210
- Staub Cast-Iron 7-Piece Cookware Set Sugg. Price $1,657 Our Price $949.95
- Staub Cast-Iron 4-Piece Cookware Set Sugg. Price $993 Our Price $549.95
- Staub Cast-Iron Vertical Chicken Roasting Pan Sugg. Price $243 Our Price $170 – $175
- Staub Cast-Iron Mini Round Cocotte Set, 1/4-Qt. Sugg. Price $300 – $363 Our Price $185 – $199.95
- Staub Cast-Iron Round Tea Kettle Sugg. Price $257 Our Price $180 – $190
- Staub Cast-Iron Trivet Sugg. Price $107 Our Price $75
Staub Graphite Grey Cookware
Color and art reveal much about your personality. Your taste in decor might be playful and energetic or more quiet and contemplative. Maybe your dream vacation involves sitting on a pristine beach somewhere with perfect white sand and a colorful drink in hand. Perhaps you prefer strolling along the Champs Elysees and dining in a chic French café. Did you know that certain colors fit those emotions very closely? The same thing goes for your signature cooking style. It says something about your influences and the things that get you excited. A Williams-Sonoma, we want our cookware to match your personality. One way to do that is through color.
Grey is a calming tone. The exact feel of grey depends on its shade. Darker greys and black feel mysterious and artistic while light grey and white with soft tinges of blue or pink are pleasant and optimistic. In the middle, grey is a stable color. It’s safe, restful and cool. It won’t get you jumping up and down with excitement, but it relieves stress like few other hues. Grey spaces are awesome for quiet reflection and planning.
Many interior designers love to work with a grey backdrop. Why? It’s an amazing neutral shade that matches virtually any kind of theme or color scheme you want. Grey is instinctively sophisticated yet flows equally well with a luxurious chandelier in traditional homes and the clean lines and strong accents of a minimalist space. Grey can pretty much become anything you want it to be. That’s awesome in open-concept areas because it’s easy to tie each part of the space together while also giving them some detail to set them apart. For example, a grey kitchen and dining room harmonize well, but the kitchen might have some pops of bright red whereas the dining room focuses on an elegant light green and gold layout.
Grey accents are a terrific choice for the kitchen because of their calming nature. It’s nice after a long day at work – or before heading out in the morning – to be in an ambience where you feel no stress. That way, preparing a meal has an almost therapeutic effect on you, where the sensation of cool vegetables for a salad or the irresistible aromas of fresh garlic and basil takes your mind off of work and lets you focus on spending time with the people you love. The best part is that a grey kitchen adapts to any occasion. It works just as well making breakfast for your kids as it does if you’re mixing drinks on your island for guests. When you are making your plans for a wine and cheese tasting party, your grey kitchen or dining room – or silver-lined place settings – can create a stunning backdrop.
Our Staub graphite grey cookware is just as flexible. It works in kitchens that are modern, rustic, traditional and other designs. Looking for a simple, contemporary feel? One idea is to complement graphite grey cookware with metallic light fixtures – like fluted pendants above a kitchen island – grey cabinets, a marble or granite countertop and a few colorful decorative accents that match your personality. Wood floors are nice because they’re neutral and also warm, so they provide an inviting touch to a grey room.
If you’re into industrial, take advantage of grey cookware to highlight metals like stainless-steel and iron in the room. A cement or reclaimed-wood countertop looks great along with hanging light fixtures and classic artwork from the 1920s, 1930s or another favorite time period. A brick accent wall adds some color and a laid-back ambience, just like you might expect from a family-run Italian restaurant with a wine cellar.