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.
- 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.