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New Introductions from Fermob USA

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Fermob French outdoor furniture has a few new product introductions. Fermob is located at Las Vegas Market in C-464 and Atlanta Market in Building 1, Suite 14-A-1.

Happy Hours Pedestal Table designed by Studio Fermob:

This unique and endearing pedestal table is a resolutely sociable item. It boasts a bottle-shaped form (a nod to the brand’s home region of Beaujolais), a removable top for serving guests and a low, perforated shelf capable of holding up to six bottles. It perfectly encapsulatesthe brand’s know-how – wire work,assembly, cutting and welding.


1900 Cabriolet Armchair and Low Table by Studio Fermob:

This cabriolet armchair and accompanying low table boast the brand's hallmark elegant, hand-forged scrolls - qualities reminiscent of the last century yet with a modern touch that only Fermob can bring.


La Mome Bistro Chair by ENSAAMA

This stylish descendant of the illustrious Bistro chair is the brainchild of a young designer from ENSAAMA. La Mome is an ode to Parisian folklore, available in monochrome or two-tone versions. Its wider slats make it even more comfortable, while the modern color combinations enhance its visual appeal.

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