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Welcome to the daily series “In Search Of”, where we look high and low on Krrb for one-of-a-kind items that we must have now! Today, it’s all about “rocking chairs” and we’ve got loads of them.
They are the image of classic Americana — wooden rocking chairs creaking on the front porch. We’ve seen them painted and upholstered and made of wood, metal and lucite. Find one that’s cozy or sleek, whatever gets you rocking. Paired with a tall glass of lemonade (spiked or not, your choice) and a book, and you’ve got the perfect summer past time.
Antique Alice Rocking Chair in Chicago, Illinois
A classic rocking chair shape. This would be sweet in a nursery or garden.
Find it on Savoy Flea‘s Corner. $85.
Rustic Wine Cask Repurposed Rocker in Austin, Texas
A piece with a story: This rocker’s wood was previously a wine cask used in central Texas and then handcrafted into a rustic piece.
Find it on Petrified Design‘s Corner. $525.
Black Caned Rocker in Brooklyn, New York
A sleek black rocker with caning. We love the curves and curlicues in the woodwork.
Find it on Addys Gonzalez‘s Corner. $100.
Mid-Century Rocker with Ottoman in Chicago, Illinois
This reproduction of the classic Eames Lounge Chair is constructed of walnut veneered plywood and black leather.
Find it on Neato Vintage‘s Corner. $1,195.
Woven Rocking Chair in Brooklyn, New York
The wide seat and rope backing make this chair a big, comfy landing spot.
Find it on Amy Adams‘ Corner. $435.
Cherry Double Rocker in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Two can sit and read on this love seat rocker. The double-seater is made from adirondack chairs and painted a bright cherry red.
Find it on StayingVintage‘s Corner. $200.
Handwoven Wicker Rocker in Garfield, New Jersey
A handwoven wicker rocking chair is be a stately accent piece indoors or out.
Find it on Modern Home Luxury‘s Corner. Price given on website.
Wood and Mother of Pearl Rocker in New York, New York
Mother of Pearl inlay adds character to this stunning turn-of-the-century piece that was recently re-caned.
Find it on Laura‘ Corner. $395.