Rad Chairs That Are Off Their Rocker

Rocking chairs are not just for the nursery, and these rad finds have a modern spin that make them the movers and - well, rockers of your home furnishings.

By Elysa Hill
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The Cradle

The cradle by Richard Clarkson looks like a total dream cocoon – enclosed enough to keep out surrounding noise and zone out. Via Coroflot.

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Ryder Rocking Chair

West Elm goes a bit more causal with the rocking chair, bringing in soft elephant grey microfiber and Scandinavian–inspired simplicity. West Elm.

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Voido Rocking Chair

Form gets funky in this ultra-modern seat, void of sharp angels of straightedges. $965, YLiving.

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Rocking Wood and Leather Chaise Longue

The sleek and super comfortable chair by Igor Rodrigues features a leather seat and exotic hardwood, which may explain the price tag. 1stDibs, $6,500

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Dim Sum

Dubbed humorously as Dim Sum, this easy chair from Montis prides itself on releasing endorphins that put you at ease and create a sense of calm. Montis, price upon request.

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Rapson Rocker

Outdoor friendly and made of recycled materials, this high-back rocker is available in nine juicy colors to match your outdoor palatte. YLiving, $1,229

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Funky Chicken

Looking for an eccentric piece to garner a chuckle from your guests? This giant green chicken rocker is just the ticket. Via Hayon Studio.

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iRock

iRock, a Swiss invention that capitalizes on our nostalgia for rocking chairs, charges your iPhone device through rocking motion. Via FastCoexist, $1,300

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Eames Molded Plastic Rocker

True to their motto that “design is a method of action,” the Eames duo turned to recyclable polypropylene in a matte finish to create the iconic Molded Plastic Chair. Design Within Reach, $548

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