Fermob Introduces New Outdoor Furniture, Accessories and Colors at High Point Market
Fermob introduces a variety of new outdoor furniture products and accessories at High Point Market from April 14-18, 2018. Fermob is located at SAMS G-7038 Salon. Fermob will also display its two new colors, Deep Blue and Praline Pink, for the 2018 season.
A few of the highlighted new products at High Point Market include:
Monceau Rocking Chair – This Monceau Rocking Chair is the perfect place to relax and will be a highlight of your garden or patio. Available in 24 Fermob colors and part of the Monceau Collection, outdoor steel furniture that will beautify any space.
Mooon! LED Lamp – For its debut, the lamp comes with aluminum stand available in six colors – Storm grey, Nutmeg, Capucine, Cactus, Honey and Aubergine. Mooon! takes its styling cues from 19th century street lights. It’s smaller then its ancestors but not short on features, with two light temperature settings – cool white (6000 °K) and warm white (4000°K) – and a dim ‘up and dim ‘down function so you can switch it on and off gradually with smooth transitions. The lamp is rechargeable (6hrs), and comes with an 8 inch USB cable.
Sixties Chair is now available in Cactus color. Fermob’s compact and curvy Sixties chair evokes a young and laid-back vibe. It has welcoming curves, a resin seat that’s sensual to the touch and airy woven patterns.
Surprising Teak chair – A dual-material sensation. This combination of robust metal and warm wood perfectly encapsulates Fermob’s material expertise and its quest for diversification. For this latest challenge, Fermob turned to the Surprising chair (first released as a steel version back in 2011) and teak – the only naturally rot-proof wood, which the company sources from a dedicated plantation as part of its efforts to limit deforestation. The result is a bold, contemporary piece with a steel frame available in all 24 shades of the color chart, combined with the elegance of teak.
Rythmic Chair – This flowing armchair with its resolutely modern appearance is the brainchild of Cristian Gori from Italian design agency Archirivolto. Rythmic boasts sleek lines and a distinctive silhouette, with contrasting slats and transparent spaces. Rythmic’s metal slats follow the natural curvature of the seat for optimal comfort, and the piece looks great in any setting.