Mid-century inspired rocking-chairs are a perennial favourite on these pages and retailers seem more than happy to keep the new designs coming. The latest offering is this Finn Rocker from Anthropologie.
The chair is made of hardwood with a clear mid-century inspiration behind the simple but elegant design. Upholstered in bright goldenrod linen it has covered arms and comfortable back and seat cushions, perfect for whiling away the hours with a good book.
The chair isn't cheap at £1198 but it's statement piece you'll value for years to come. Avaiable from Anthropologie, check it out online here.
It's a design team we have mentioned before, specifically with its lounge chair and cabinet collection, but the Oliver Rocker by & Then Design has slipped under our radar for some reason.
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.
Find out more at the eBay website