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 seasonal-shaped dutch ovens—there's an option here for every type of chef.
Keep your kitchen up to trend with these light-to-dark pots from cult-favorite Le Creuset. Available in Dutch ovens and a saucepan in pink, blue and grey, you'll want to leave these ombré pots out in your kitchen for everyone to admire.
Starting at $185, lecreuset.com
You'll find yourself actually wanting to stand over the stove in the summer with this adorable tomato-shaped cocotte. Can you think of a better pot when turning garden or farmer's market fresh tomatoes into homemade tomato sauce or soup. Plus, you can take it straight from stove to table (with a trivet, of course) for a gorgeous serving vessel.
This crazy-affordable enameled cast-iron Dutch oven rivals the quality of the popular Le Creuset. While it's not available in all the fun colors and styles (it's only available in a 5.5-quart white round Dutch oven) Le Creuset offers, if you are looking for a quality Dutch oven on a budget. This is your go-to.
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.
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.
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.