Outdoor rocking chairs – The original rockers were ordinary chairs with two rockers placed at the bottom. They began as outdoor seating in the gardens and later on front porches. As time went by, rocking seats made popular on the inside too. Rocking chairs are regarded as relaxed and comfortable. They are often used to soothe crying babies and relaxation. The rockers are continuously reinvented over the years. Gliders, with a movement back and forth soothing, are a modern version of a rocking chair.
Outdoor rocking chairs must withstand harsh elements like sun and rain. They have to be both durable and weather proof color to prevent discoloration. Some materials such as wicker rockers are used for indoor or outdoor. Any wicker rocking chair used outside must be built from an all-weather wicker has the ability to cope with the elements. Rocking chairs outside are typically used on a porch, patio or terrace.
A number of materials are used to create outdoor rocking chairs. Wood and wicker are two materials commonly used for indoor two rocking chairs and outdoor. Other materials include metal and plastic. Two common styles are classic and Adirondack. The classic is often a wooden rocking chair with classic rear axles and used wood for a rustic look or cottage.