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 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 , , or Andy Cohen).
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.
Indigo collection, prices vary; LeCreuset.com
Though the company's recently dabbled in super-trendy shades and pop culture moments—like itsand its —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.
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 "" to score a mini cocotte for free. There's no word whether you can score that in indigo, but hey, free is free.