Fermob opens its first trade showroom

Showroom will be hosted at New York Design Center

CUMMING, Ga. – Fermob, a French manufacturer of outdoor furniture, opens its first trade showroom on July 20 at New York Design Center at 200 Lexington Avenue, Suite 414, in New York City. The showroom will be open Mondays through Fridays from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Having made its entry into the U.S. in 1991, Fermob’s outdoor furniture can be found on patios at restaurants, hotels and many public places in New York City. There are more Fermob chairs in New York City than yellow taxi cabs.

Fermob’s chairs are found in emblematic locations around the city including Times Square, Bryant Park and Brooklyn Bridge Park.

“In New York, our products are always an invitation for people to meet,” said Bernard Reybier, CEO, Fermob. “They invite you to slow down while the city goes rushing by. They are real social media.”

Fermob’s trade showroom in NYC gives industry professionals such as interior designers, buyers, architects and specifiers access to the brand’s modern outdoor furniture for commercial and residential design projects.

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