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Garden Design Magazine Features the Sixties Armchair by Fermob Outdoor Lounge, a Designer that The Garden Gates Carries


The Fermob Sixties armchair is “shapely seating” to the Garden Design editors and music to our ears in their outdoor furniture lookbook.

Metairie, LA (PRWEB) October 25, 2012

Garden Design magazine online, one of the leading authorities outdoor style, features the Sixties armchair in their outdoor furniture idea section. Recognizing the trend in more rounded designs, the Fermob chair is the epitome of comfort, style and good looks.

Constructed from aluminum framing and high-density technical resin, the Sixties armchair is a springy, delightful burst of fresh design. As the resin forms a criss-cross weave of fabric, the rounded edges of this chair create an inviting retro space reminiscent of the ever popular bowl furniture of the 1960s.

Fermob is a French based outdoor furniture company with an eye for only the best. Each piece of outdoor lounge furniture and bistro furniture is created using both modern and traditional techniques for the ultimate in quality and long lasting design. Each piece of furniture from Fermob comes in all 23 of their expertly designed colors for creating any look you can dream up. From chic neutrals to bright pastels, there are colors and combinations for all styles and types of decor.

The Garden Gates is a leader in Fermob outdoor lounge and is one of the premier retailers in the United States. From technical questions to putting together the perfect set for your outdoor area, the designers and architects at The Garden Gates are your go-to experts.

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About The Garden Gates:
The Garden Gates was founded by Jacqueline Elizabeth Kendall-Harris and Chad Harris in 1999. Jacqueline plays an instrumental role in product development, interior design and in developing core principles of The Garden Gates lifestyle. Chad plays an instrumental role in the creativity of the brand, marketing and technology of the business.


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