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Three new colours have been added to Fermob’s 2024 metal colour chart

Way back when garden furniture could only be found in two colours (green and white), Fermob broke with tradition in 1996, innovating with the market’s first bright, inspiring colours: tables and chairs in Mandarin orange, Aniseed green and Vanilla.

Over the years, the French manufacturer has gradually extended its range of colours with new exclusive shades, introducing different tones and finishes (smooth, gloss, textured, glitter, intense). Pure know-how, as every detail of every colour is defined by experts.

Colourful painting line
Bernard Reybier’s gamble of investing almost one quarter of the company’s turnover in an ultra-efficient paint line in 1995, has certainly paid off. He combined the challenges of more sustainable quality and industrial performance, with the goal of producing products that would last longer (stable pigment, resistance to scratches, UV and humidity) and be more environmentally friendly and better for human health (solvent-free powder paint, paint line generating zero waste and zero atmospheric emissions, polluted water or powder).

With its range of 25 bright, contemporary, punchy or traditional metal colours, Fermob has the broadest range of colours on the indoor & outdoor furniture market!

Left: Pesto colour. Top right: Marshmallow colour. Bottom right: Gingerbread colour.

New colours
Not one, not two, but three new colours have been added to Fermob’s 2024 metal colour chart: Marshmallow, Gingerbread and Pesto. Three exclusive, "deliciously" on-trend colours to add their subtle flavours to your indoor and outdoor areas.

Gingerbread is a classic cake, a reference to taste, smell, colour and emotion. Both warming and deliciously sweet, Gingerbread’s timelessness is somehow reassuring. As its name suggests, this new colour comprises a mixture of sweet, golden, honeyed tones, combining tradition with modernity.

A sun-drenched destination reputed for its lifestyle. We’re off to Italy as we explore the traditional Pesto recipe: an audacious mix of green with a hint of yellow. A mouth-watering tone that transports us into a world of flavours, where all ingredients are taken directly from nature. In a place where meals are served on large, welcoming tables, Pesto calls to mind the friendly atmosphere of alfresco dining.

Marshmallow, both comforting and modern, brings brightness to illuminate both soft tones and strong colours. Marshmallow provides a contrast with blues and greens to bring subtle brightness to any space, along with a vintage atmosphere.

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