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FERMOB COLOUR

When colour brings your story to life……

To maintain its position as an inspiring, influential brand Fermob set up a dedicated team to revolutionize the way it develops its colour chart. The aim was to consolidate its position as a specialist in the design and manufacture of outdoor furniture focusing on colour.

The Fermob colour chart is based around 4 themes and each one tells its own story………..

Colour Hues

Neutral | Green | Sunny | Warm

Neutral

Neutral colours create a foundation for you to add your own personal touches to your outdoor area. Clay Grey pictured here acts as link between monochrome pallets however this timeless grey tone is an absolute stand out on its own.

Shades of Green

Shades of green can be soft and subtle or loud and vibrant. Willow Green pictured here adds a relaxed feel to this small outdoor deck.

Sunny

Sunny colours add a sense of fun & playfulness to any outdoor space. Fermob the colour specialist have blended these 4 colours with absolute perfection. A sunny, stylish, fun outdoor area has been created using Cotton White, Frosted Lemon, Capucine and NEW colour Opaline Green.

Selection of Fermob outdoor chairs
Warm Hues

Warm tones sit nicely on the land. Earthy Red Ochre blends with Cactus and Nutmeg in this rustic space amongst the garden. This image evokes the true feeling of home & family through colour and a relaxed product choice.

The colours we surround ourselves with influence our mood.You can literally effect a psychological change in yourself, your family, and your friends simply through the colours you use while designing your living spaces.

If you are looking for more colour inspiration we encourage you to explore our COLOUR GALLERY – you will find a vast array of colour combinations: neutral, green, sunny, warm, vibrant, moody, bright, put your own style on your outdoor space using colour….what ever colour tells your story.

IMAGE GALLERY

Imagery by Fermob