6 Fun Pots You Need to Liven Up Your Kitchen

By: Kelli Acciardo

If your cookware is looking a little dated, invest in one of these versatile (and beautiful) options that you'll have forever. Soup pots, little cocottes, clay tagines and fish bakers—there's an option here for every type of chef.

Disney Le Creuset Beauty and the Beast Limited Edition Soup Pot


Anyone would be lucky to "be your guest" when you're whipping up stews in this limited-edition gem (available in yellow and blue) inspired by the movie. The cast-iron construction also allows for heat retention, which makes getting dinner on the table a breeze.

$280, lecreuset.com

Staub Cocotte Pumpkin


We dare you to find a more fitting pot for fall than the Staub pumpkin. Holding 3.5 quarts, this is ideal for slow-cooking autumnal soups all season.

$150, surlatable.com

Le Creuset Shallow Flower Cocotte


Family supper just got a lot more delicious with an adorable flower cocotte that's designed for slow-cooking, braising and roasting. Available in hibiscus (aka millennial pink), white or cotton, this is one pretty pot you'll want to leave out in your kitchen for everyone to admire.

$150, lecreuset.com

Jacques Pépin Collection Figural Chicken Covered Baker


Since this whimsical chicken is too cute for words, we think it deserves a place in your fall equipment lineup. Now the only hard part is deciding which recipe to make in it.

$100, surlatable.com

Piral Terra-Cotta Fish Baker


Have a Mediterranean-style feast with Piral's antiqued red glazed fish baker. Not only can it cook a whole catch perfectly, but it's also roomy enough to add in side veggies and herbs.

$100, williams-sonoma.com

Tibarine Cookable Tagine


This stunning clay tagine can be used in the oven, on the stovetop or over charcoal to bring out the flavors of any traditional North African or contemporary creation.

$51, houzz.com