More ideas than you can shake a stick at! Fermob is never short of ideas, having turned its hand to outdoor furniture, cutting-edge design, garden trend-setting – and now interior decoration! And this year is no different.
Focus on green trends for 2017/2018. Monstera, succulents, cactuses, pilea and the "string of pearls plant": check out these plants that are running amok on social networks and our indoor spaces.
This year we’re in for a colourful, creative Christmas! In this article, we’ll show you how to make your own Advent calendar with just a pair of scissors and some sticky-backed plastic. Easy and quick to make, it’s also highly decorative.
Simple, quick, effective and delicious too! Create a praline tart in just a few minutes.
A few weeks ago, the new Pink praline shade appeared in the Fermob color chart. This time, it is an equally powerful but colder hue that makes its entrance! Discover our inspirations around this new blue.
Fermob brought colour into the garden more than 20 years ago. The brand has introduced new shades each and every year since then – some classic, others on-trend, each as refined as the rest.
A smooth material, a nod to the metal of Fermob furniture
Curves that evoke the Fermob tables design
An exclusive colour chart that, once again, unveils Fermob's color expertise
It was in France where Laurence and Etienne said yes to each other. The south, the countryside, the lavender fields, the olive trees, the flowers, ... all the ingredients were there for a chic bucolic spirit! Discover all the memories of this amazing day caught by Sébastien Boudot (photographer).
Tom Watson is a well-known photographer living between Paris and New York. He studied at the New York School of Visual Art, he also began his career alongside Steven Meisel and his shots were quickly fashion-oriented. Tom’s photos are regularly found in fashion magazines such as Glamour, Cosmopolitain, Vanity Fair, and Vogue… Find his different reports in our catalog: “Villandry”, “Corsica” and “Ardeche”.
The patterns of Fermob’s “Envie d’Ailleurs” collection will take you on a journey around the world... without ever leaving your own garden.