Our Fermob container is here. We are so excited to share with you a fresh collection. Come see new styles as well as two new colors, Lagoon Blue and Anthracite.
We are excited to début a few items from Fermob’s Sixties collection. Come visit us and lounge around in the super-comfortable Sixties collection.
ABOVE: The Sixties bench and chair are criss-cross woven and take you deep into relaxation. A perfect finale to a day of work in your garden.
ABOVE: Plein Air Chilene Chair in Mattress Ticking pattern.
ABOVE: Monceau arm hair in Cotton and Linen.
Bring home a new expression of casual chic from the masters of the form, Fermob. Designed by Harald Guggenbichler, the Surprising Chair echoes the lines–and comfort–of a club chair but in spare steel, in 24 powder-coated colors. We’re equally impressed with the Surprising Low Lounger with footrest, pictured in the bottom photo. Check out our Pinterest board for more inspiring spaces with the Fermob collections.
ABOVE: Fermob Suprising Low Lounger. We will be carrying a limited supply in Chili, Nutmeg, and Anthracite.
Fermob’s furniture was developed from the original patent registered in 1889. Bistro, below left, is an ingenious, simple collection that has lost none of its charm and authenticity over the years. We’re loving the simple (and comfortable) mod style of Latitude’s mesh color bars, at lower right. Check out our Fermob Pinterest page to get inspired. Learn more about Fermob on their website.
ABOVE: These Bistro chairs look beautiful on New York’s High Line, where Flora took these snapshots.
ABOVE: Fermob’s dozens of signature colors allow you to create a palette that suits your garden. Go neutral, kaleidoscopic, nautical…wherever your inspiration takes you!
COLORS AVAILABLE: Cotton White, Linen, Muscade Linen, Russet, Liquorice, Steel Grey, Grass Green, Cedar Green, Savanna, Fjord Blue, Storm Grey, Willow Green, Verbena, Lemon, Honey, Paprika, Carrot, Plum, Aubergine, Chili, Poppy, Fuchsia, Capucine, Anthracite* (new color!) and Lagoon Blue* (new color!) . Peek through the Fermob 2015 catalog here.