The chic, transitional style of the Belham Living Ellis Dining Chair will be perfectly at home around your dining room table. Slightly curved back legs echo the shape of the semicircle back and the gentle slope of the arms, creating a cohesive look throughout this understated yet elegant dining chair. The plush upholstered seat and back provide support and comfort while you relax and dine, gently curving around your back to aid your posture while you sit. Nailhead trim around the seat and back cushions adds a touch of character to this handsome piece, all while bringing in an element of shine. The natural look of the wood pairs perfectly with the neutral beige fabric to create a timeless look that is sure to transform your dining area.
About Belham Living
Belham Living builds catalog-quality furniture in timeless styles and with thoughtful detail. By listening to our customers and working closely with great manufacturers, we build beautiful pieces worthy of your home. Rich wood finishes, attention to materials, and stylish lines that tie everything together are some of the hallmarks of a Belham Living piece. And don't forget the patio - Belham Living designs also feature outdoor furniture from dining sets to hanging chairs and hammocks. These include some formerly called Island Bay Hammocks, which now proudly carry the name Belham Living. Whether for your living room or bedroom, the kitchen, or out onto the deck, you'll find something from an outstanding Belham collection perfect for your style.
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Q: The finish is described as grey in the technical details /specifications tab but it looks like natural brown/tan wood in the photos with some whitewashing. Is it grey or natural?