Quintessentially French, Fermob's line of outdoor furniture pays homage to the past while maintaining forward-thinking ideals. A mix of historical as well as modern designs, all presented in a beautiful range of vibrant colors equal a recipe that makes Fermob an icon in furniture. | View All Fermob products
Based in Thoissey, France, Fermob designs and manufactures metal outdoor furniture that is accessible and full of joie de vivre - perfect for anyone wishing to create a stylish, relaxing and friendly outdoor space. The company's furniture takes its cue from the historical folding Bistro Chairs that have dotted terraces, gardens and bistros since the end of the 19th century. From that timeless design, the company has developed an extensive family of chairs, benches and tables that are innovative and comfortable — offered in various shapes, sizes and colors that promote enjoyment and relaxation in today's outdoor living spaces. Their Luxembourg series was inspired by the classic green outdoor chairs of the Luxembourg Gardens in Paris, France. Fermob's innovative versions are made of aluminum, rather than steel - making them lighter to move and rust proof, with an updated arm and curved back slats to increase comfort.
Fermob designs and manufacturing processes are developed for natural environments. Products are made using materials and processes that respect the environment. Their outdoor furniture elements are produced in top-grade steel or aluminum, and coated with ecological paints to protect both the environment and your health. The design and aesthetic qualities of Fermob creations, together with their lightness and resistance, are also solutions to key environmental challenges: saving materials and limiting waste. And components are recyclable and recycled to strive for zero-waste from point of production through the life of the product.
Fermob is proud to be recognized the world over for creating quality outdoor furniture that is both bold and modern. Welcome to the big little world of Fermob.
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