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Our furniture is the perfect addition to your outdoor spaces, reflecting your taste and lifestyle.
Create a colorful atmosphere with monochromatic hues and artistic lines, perfect your decor by accentuating your personal style!
Picture your ideal dining area, starting with our wide selection of tables, chairs and benches.
Gather all your guests around a Fermob garden table that seats 8, 10 or even 14 people!
Is your style Modern, Retro, Timeless or Classic?
Let our wide selection inspire you, and take you time to build just the right atmosphere.

To give your garden a modern, elegant look, choose modern furniture. Modern style features clean lines and plenty of room, like our Ribambelle table, and flowing geometric designs like our Surprising, Rythmic and Luxembourg chairs.
Tips from our color experts: Play with luminous pastel hues to create a soft restful atmosphere, or try several shades of blue to call to portray calmness and serenity.

Dreaming of a look that's retro, yet modern? Explore our Sixties collection. It features soft, rounded shapes that are perfectly at home indoors and out.
Tips from our color experts: The timeless look of khaki is always a safe bet! We also like Liquorice and Rosemary, which are easy to pair with Red ochre.

The classic chic style in our collections is filled with history. Its curves and patterns are inspired by the very French tradition of romantic gardens. Our table and chair collections such as Opera +, Lorette, and 1900 bring true French elegance to your garden.
Tips from our color experts: Anything goes! For a lively atmosphere, choose warm colors (Chili, Capucine, or Red ochre). For an authentic dining area that blends in with the decor, opt for natural colors (Cactus, Rosemary, Willow green, or Cedar green).

Zoom in on a minimalist, timeless look. Get back to basics with designs that are always in style, and have lasted through the ages.
Tips from our color experts: The secret to minimalist decor lies in your choice of colors. Try neutral tones such as Anthracite, Clay gray, Storm gray, or Cotton white. Then spice them up with a hint of Honey or with pastels.
Play with combinations of light and dark to create decorative patterns and add depth