Not anymore, here it is. Inspired by 1950s Scandinavian design, this midcentury-style gem is available in both beech (pictured above) and oak, with the frame created using traditional woodworking techniques. Once complete, it is finished off with an upholstered cushion with a deep-buttoned pattern.
A timeless piece, that's for sure, it's priced from £860.
Find out more at the MyDeco website
I love this design – and the midcentury Danish rocking chair isn't too expensive as I write.
It's a refurbished design, with what looks like a good job on it too. The cushions have new foam adhering to current fire regulations, with new upholstery in a textured green fabric plus a restored solid teak frame. It's even got brand new webbing.
The design is still intact though, with those lovely curves and sloping back. £79.99 is the current bid price.
Love the Charles and Ray Eames Rocker? Well, you can show your love to everyone who visits your home with this Eames-inspired Keep On Rocking print by Yumalum.
It's a retro-styled piece of artwork celebrating that particular seat, throwing in more than a splash of colour and a psychedelic twist. It's printed onto heavyweight 180gsm matte paper and sized at 50 x 70cm, so perfect for a standard Ikea frame.
£34.56 secures you one. See it 'in situ' per the page and check out the site for more similarly-styled artwork.
Just when you think the slogan has died a death, some new variation on the ubiquitous 'Keep Calm and Carry On' theme pops up. This time it's courtesy of Nancy & Betty, with their Keep Calm and Rock On card.
It replaces the well known crown of the original design with an image of an Eames rocker to illustrate the command. Nancy and Betty clearly must have a thing about Eames rockers if you compare it to their rocking new home card we previously featured. These sell in packs of five, each coming with their own envelope, and cost £6 for a set.
Buy them online