Rocking Chair Ellis

Perfectly proportioned and ergonomically comfortable, the Retro Rocking Chair Ellis adds sophistication and style to any indoor or outdoor setting with its design of teak legs and woven pattern of synthetic rattan over an aluminum frame.

  • Ideal for residential, contract, and hospitality. 

Delivery: Standard FOB 

  • 2 weeks express
  • 6-12 weeks sea freight
  • 18-24 weeks container or custom order
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Modern Teak Aluminum Retro Rocking Chair

  • The Retro Rocking Chair Ellis seamlessly mixes natural teak, synthetic wicker, and aluminum to create a stylish place for relaxing. 
  • The base of the rocking chair is formed using Grade A, high-quality teak is naturally resistant to outdoor elements including rain, UV light, etc., leaving furniture unaffected maintaining its beauty and durability.
  • The retro rocking chair’s hidden frame is powder coated aluminum which achieves high quality, and durable finish that will extend the life of any metal ensuring continued aesthetic appeal.
  • The synthetic wicker consists of 100% polypropylene, a synthetic fibre which is very resistant to abrasion and scarcely absorbs moisture, providing comfort and is perfectly suited to outdoor use.
  • Ideal for Hospitality, Commercial, Hotel, Restaurant, or Residential Luxury Design.

Also available:

  • The Rocking Chair Ellis is available in a variety of finishes: (PL2) Brown-Octagonal weaving, (PL4) Brown, (PL11) Cream-Fishbone weaving (PS2) Dark Honey, (PR3) Ash Black, (PR5) Light Brown (PR10) Cream and (PR11) White and Grey.

Collection dimensions and pricing: 

  • 24″ x 29″ x 31″

Finishes available: Modern Teak Aluminum Rope Rocking Chair

(PL2) Brown-Octagonal weaving, (PL4) Brown, (PL11) Cream-Fishbone weaving (PS2) Dark Honey, (PR3) Ash Black, (PR5) Light Brown (PR10) Cream and (PR11) White and Grey

•  1×1 – There is one vertical strap for every horizontal strap. 1×1 weaving can be made sparse, creating an open weaving similar to those found in tennis racquets.
•  2×1 – This is the most common weaving pattern, as it can be done with every profile. 2×1 means that there is one horizontal strap going for every 2 vertical straps.
•  Fishbone – also known as a 3×3 weaving, this creates a densely packed, double layered pattern. When woven using at least two colours in a certain way, it can be used to create a houndstooth pattern.
•  Octagonal – refers the shape of the opening or negative space created by this traditional weaving pattern. The octagonal weave can be reasonably challenging on curved frames.