Le Creuset's beautiful new collection will inspire many outdoor dinners this spring

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It's the perfect time to turn your attention towards Le Creuset's new collection, Botanique. If you fancy a delicious dish with major Instagram appeal, the nature-inspired cookware surely delivers—and just in time for the alfresco dining season.

As of April 13, U.K. shoppers can stock up on Botanique's four gorgeous hues: fig, nectar, deep teal, and artichaut. The collection features mugs, tea plates, spoons, egg cups, cereal bowls, and other products. Prices range from £27–£75 per piece. 

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Whether you're looking to set up an outdoor oasis or bring a bit of Mother Nature indoors, these vibrant pieces will do quite nicely. Plus, if you're in need of a housewarming gift or searching for something to get that bride-to-be in your life, these items will please any recipient. 

Not in the U.K.? No sweat! 

Friends across the pond also have the opportunity to indulge in whimsical offerings from Le Creuset. Just recently, the new cool mint color—a.k.a. springtime in kitchenware form—hit the market. It's possible we're reaching for our wallets as we speak. 

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Even better news for U.S. cooking enthusiasts? The Le Creuset Factory to Table sale is currently underway until May 2, giving you ample time to score great deals—up to 50% off!—on highly-coveted kitchenware. 

Since these collections are perfect for springtime entertaining, we strongly encourage polishing off your outdoor oasis with lush florals (easy gardening tips here), cozy outdoor furniture, and, naturally, easy recipes for outdoor entertaining. Plus, no matter what side of the pond you're on, IKEA is now selling a super-chic and functional drop-leaf balcony table that's perfect for small-space dwellers.

Now that we've got your alfresco plans covered, what will you be preparing first?

Danielle Valente
Danielle Valente

Danielle is a news writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life. When she's not working, you can find her experimenting with new recipes or sitting on the couch with a good book and a cup of coffee.