5 Stylish Stockpots

Soup simmering in the stockpot at the back of the stove is a comforting and nourishing sight. And it feels great, too. As I've been nursing a cold for the last week, a steamy stockpot has offered a world of relief more than a few times already in this new year:

I love my classic Le Creuset, but there are other really nice ones out there to choose from. Here are five favorites:

  • You can find this vintage enamelware stockpot by Dansk with a little searching. This particular one, in brown enamel, is available from Fabulous Mess at Etsy. $55
  • Classic speckled metal is familiar and cool. Cheap ones from the local hardware store were standard issue for all intern apartments when I worked at the minimalist haven Chinati Foundation. The one pictured is from Martha Stewart at Macy's. $50
  • This cheery yellow ("dijon") enameled steel pot is from Le Creuset, available at Amazon for $40.
  • By Bayou Classic Pots, this cast iron jambalaya pot can be used indoors or out. Available at Cooking.com. $78
  • This one's a major splurge, but is definitely strong in the style department. It's designed by the minimalist John Pawson and available at Sur la Table. $420

Related: Should I Buy a Stockpot or a Dutch Oven?

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Regina is an architect who lives with her husband and son in Lawrence, KS. As a LEED Accredited Professional and longtime contributor to Apartment Therapy and The Kitchn, her focus is on healthy, sustainable living through design.

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