Need a new side chair for your sanctuary? Skip the standard four-legged model in lieu of something with a bit more movement. Rocking chairs are having a renaissance. No longer reserved for the front porch in some old-school Western, the latest crop delivers a major dose of contemporary style, comfort, and calm.
It's not all often that we find furniture that seamlessly blends elegance and exceptional comfort. But this beauty does just that with a body-hugging, tub-shaped seat, cozy neutral upholstery, and a sculptural, solid-birch frame.
This rocker is striking in its simplicity. The sleek and sophisticated iconic molded form, designed by Charles and Ray Eames, feels just as fresh today as it did when it burst onto the scene in 1948.
Looking for something that will be practical for your bundle of joy, but doesn't scream nursery? Let us turn your attention to this slim-profile rocker. A contoured high back, sturdy arm rests, and made-to-last construction means you can use it in another room in the future. (Or, maybe with baby number two?)
This dreamy design is the perfect addition to any room. The padded seat and removable lumbar pillow deliver mega comfort, while the tubular brass runners offer a smooth rocking motion that will lull babies young and old to sleep.
A curved silhouette, walnut-finish runners, and a luxurious deep seat take the essence of a classic rocking chair and jettisons it into the 21st century.
Sometimes the simplest things are the most special. Such is the case with the stripped-down sculptural rocker seen here with Bodie and Fou's handsome Australian Shepherd, Lucas. It combines ergonomic form, function, and jaw-dropping aesthetics. What more could you ask for?