Fermob Sixties Table in Carrot

Carrot combines the fire of red with the joy of yellow to embody positive, energetic movement.

Orange was simply referred to “yellow-red” or considered a shade of red until the introduction of orange trees to Europe from Asia in the 15th century. Because this color often crosses cultures with many shared hues of fruits, vegetables and spices, it is often associated with flavor and scent.

It also signifies change and transition for many cultures as it calls to the changing of seasons with fall leaves. Orange also became an iconic color during the art era of Impressionism—known for its subtle use of color and the portrayal of the passage of time.

Carrot calls the attention of your eye and pops in any room.