Bebop Low Table 120 x 70cm - 42 cm High by Fermob

The largest coffee table in the Bebop collection, this rectangular piece offers the perfect spot to spread the newspaper or a banquet of grazing platters.

Details
  • Category
    Outdoor Tables and Benches, Outdoor Dining Tables & Chairs
  • Brand
    Fermob
  • Designer
    Tristan Lohner
Specifications
  • Available in 3 sizes and 5 different heights
  • 70cm wide x 42cm high x 12cm long
  • Steel base
  • Aluminium table top
  • Available in Fermob's 24 colours
Scope of use

Bebop tables can be used separately or combined to create surprising and harmonious sets. When layered with other square or round tables in the collection you can create a true living space outdoors.

Jardin Outdoor Furniture
Auckland
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Jardin is the New Zealand partner for Fermob, an innovative, fun, and colourful French outdoor furniture brand.

Fermob as a brand is entrenched in French history yet are creating some of the most interesting contemporary outdoor furniture right now. Fermob furniture is ready for anything. It is designed to stand up to bad weather, to repeated folding and unfolding, stacking, to cleaning. It is designed to last, meeting the highest quality standards, and is superbly finished. The quality is exceptional, and the colours are beautiful.  

The dedicated team at Jardin is here to help you bring the Fermob joie de vivre to your garden or terrace, to your cafe or restaurant, or even to your garden office.

Art is a question. Design must be an answer...

...according to Bernard Reybier CEO at Fermob. Design finds its ultimate expression to create stylish furniture that works with every lifestyle. The brand has also redesigned iconic furniture pieces such as the traditional folding Bistro chair of Paris, the famous chairs in the Luxembourg gardens and the 1900 scrolled garden furniture from the end of the 19th century. Like an exercise in style, these pieces of furniture have been modernised and developed to become collections in their own right