Making Rocking Lounge Chair
Traditional rocking chairs can be challenging to build. They can take days to make – if you don’t have simple instructions to follow.
However, they have a strong stake in our market and history. These chairs are usually credited to Benjamin Franklin, though they predate him. Classic rockers are known for having spindle-like slats for the back of the chair and are made of high-quality wood. The rockers create a smooth, arced motion that is recognizable worldwide.
At first, rockers were used exclusively in gardens. However, over the years, they have become a household staple. Nurseries reap the benefits, and furniture stores have made these chairs more efficient and modern than ever.
Follow along to learn how to make a traditional rocking chair!