Le Creuset Just Launched a Gorgeous Line of Millennial Pink Cookware

Put this on your holiday wish list now.

Fans of cooking and all things pink, prepare yourselves. Le Creuset's new Matte Sugar Pink collection is so beautiful, you won't be able to resist buying it all.

Even though the company has been selling a similar shade, called Hibiscus, since the spring of 2016, this new collection comes in a matte finish and the hue is a bit dustier. The new line features 23 different items, which ranges in pricing from $300 to $6. That means if you already own their classic dutch oven or skillet, you still have plenty to choose from.

Beyond their go-to items, we're obsessed with the French press, which costs $68. Just try to tell us grabbing this bubblegum pink coffeemaker in the morning wouldn't put a smile on your face every single day.

Le Creuset Matte Sugar Pink French Press, $68,

And we can already picture filling their 3.5-quart soup pot (which costs $200) with roasted tomato soap and chili come fall.

Le Creuset Matte Sugar Pink Soup Pot, $200,

There are also tons of smaller items available (read: less expensive), so you can embrace this color trend without a big investment. The least expensive item of all is the teaspoon, which retails for $6 and will add a stylish pop of color to your set-up the next time you bake a birthday cake.

Le Creuset Matte Sugar Pink Teaspoon, $6,

From: House Beautiful US

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