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Fermob Trends 2024 - Summer Romance


Although it may not feel like it, we're coming into summer, and what better way than to have a colour trend that invokes thoughts, feelings, and emotions that whisk you away to somewhere warm and fresh.

Summer Romance embraces the colours that we need this season, and makes sure you get closer to nature more than ever. Allow the Earthy tones to subtly highlight and complement these new Fermob colours.

In this colour palette, we see Pesto and Gingerbread working together in harmony to take you somewhere abroad right in your own outdoor space. We also find Clay Grey, Willow Green and Frosted Lemon softly uplift the beautiful tones found in the new colours.

Colours in this trend...

Pesto Gingerbread Clay Grey

Accent with...

Cactus Willow Green Frosted Lemon


Using Pesto as the main colour in this image, you can see the strong undertones that complement well with Gingerbread, and with both the Studie Stacking Chairs and Studie Oak Indoor Chairs.

Calvi 195 x 95cm Table, Studie Oak Indoor Chair, and Studie Stacking Chairs

This colour combination works both indoors and outdoors, as you can see from these two Louisiane 150cm Benches.


Combining collections, such as the Bellevie, with this colour palette allows for more block colours to come into view, which means you can really go bold and show off.

Bellevie Collection: Bellevie Dining Table 196 x 90cm, Bellevie Bench, Bellevie Bench with Backrest and Bellevie Chair V2

Petite Alto Tray Cactus Trivet Pixels Floral Outdoor Cushion


Don't forget: here at The Worm that Turned we offer a free design service to bring you visions to life. If you're not quite sure how your chosen pieces of furniture will look in your outdoor space, we can advise, create and design 3D images similar to the one below.

Luxembourg Low Armchairs in Pesto with Bebop 60cm Table in Gingerbread, Tulipe Outdoor Scatter Cushions (44cm x 44cm) in Gingerbread

★ Top Tip

Mix and match Pesto, Willow Green, and Frosted Lemon for a softer combination, but don't shy away from the experimenting with adding Clay Grey or Cactus into the palette.

For more information, visit the Fermob Colour Trend Page: Summer Romance.


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