Gone are the days of plain gray cookware. Now, you can find more colorful pieces for your kitchen — the only problem is that a lot of it is expensive. Sure, you could shell out $400 or more on a pretty set of pots and pans, or you could take a look at Target’s newest kitchen line, Figmint.
Figmint is Target’s first kitchen-owned brand, which launched in stores and online Sept. 24 and perfectly meshes style with function. Plus, it’s super affordable. Tools and kitchen gadgets start at just $3; all cookware sets are under $200. The line offers four types of cookware, too. Choose from ceramic, hard-anodized, stainless steel and enameled cast iron.
Just in time for fall, Figmint offers two sizes of cast iron Dutch ovens in sage green, blue, light gray and terracotta orange. You could use one to make your favorite soup recipes or a casserole on a chilly Sunday afternoon. The 5.5-ounce Dutch oven costs $60, while the 7.5-ounce Dutch oven costs $70.
You can look at everything in the new Figmint line on Target’s website. Some other top picks for fall will surely be this Acacia Wood Cutting Board, these gold baking sheets and this stainless steel electric kettle, all for under $100. According to the brand, all items are “made to last” and come with a one-year guarantee.
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