Household must to have

One of the oldest pieces of furniture that is still in use today is the rocking chair. Designed and implemented as early as the 1700s, rocking chairs have become a real source of relaxation and comfort to the people that use them. Their prices are not as high as many people might imagine, and they come in a variety of shapes and sizes. More over, the materials that are used to construct rocking chairs is also distinctive, so you can easily get a wooden, or a metallic rocking chair in your homes. Need less to say, the prices of either of these rocking chairs would vary with the amount of effort that was put in it.

Originally designed in England, the rocking chair became an instant hit and people usually placed them in their gardens or patios to enjoy the calm weather under the open skies. There are two main types of rocking chairs. The one is the Windsor chair, and the other is the Boston chair. The Windsor rocking chair has been around for a longer period of time, and dates back to colonial times where as the Boston rocking chair was designed and manufactured in the year 1840. The major difference between the Boston rocking chair and the Windsor rocking chair is that the Boston rocking chair was made by machines, as 1840 was the period of the Industrial Revolution. The Boston rocking chair also had a bit more finesse about it, and had some looks to boast as well.

Rocking chairs have now become a great house hold option for many people as they can keep these chairs in their gardens, in their patios or even in their living rooms or bedrooms to enjoy calm and comfort in just one seat. They are highly stylish, and provide great comfort.

One thought on “Household must to have

  1. STEVE MASSEY

    I HAVE A ROCKING CHAIR AND WOULD LIKE TO KNOW THE AGE OF IT. CAN YOU HELP WITH THAT? THANKS.

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