Le Creuset's Launching A New Indigo Line That Looks Like The Midnight Sky

Just in time for chili weather.

Le Creuset New Indigo Collection
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Maybe it's white-kitchen fatigue, but after last summer's influx of matte black appliances took hold, it seems a new neutral is reemerging in kitchens: navy. The deep blue color's always been a decorator's favorite—Benjamin Moore's Hale Navy is often name-dropped as a go-to color for bringing on the drama—and it seems to be popping up more and more as an alternative to all-white cabinets in people's kitchens (just ask Hilary Duff, Elizabeth Mollen, or Andy Cohen).

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Le Creuset New Indigo Collection
Christopher Testani/Le Creuset

If you're not ready to completely reno your kitchen, you can get a taste of the trend with Le Creuset's new indigo collection. The inky shade is inspired by the deep blue dye, and it'll be offered on a sweeping range of products, from its Dutch ovens and enameled, cast-iron cookware to pepper mills and other accessories. Starting Saturday, September 1, you'll be able to find it on and at select kitchenware stores.

Le Creuset New Indigo Collection
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Indigo collection, prices vary; LeCreuset.com

Though the company's recently dabbled in super-trendy shades and pop culture moments—like its Sugar Pink riff on Millennial Pink and its Disney collection—this classic look has some serious staying power. The dark shade's bold without being in your face, or so of-the-moment that it'll feel "so 2018" a decade from now. Plus, it works remarkably well with another major kitchen trend: brass and copper accents.

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Right now, 's offering a serious incentive to add an indigo piece to your kitchen this weekend. Now through September 3, the company's offering free shipping on all orders. And, if you spend $150 or more, you can use the code "LABORDAY" to score a mini cocotte for free. There's no word whether you can score that in indigo, but hey, free is free.

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