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Synonyms for rocking chair

a chair mounted on rockers

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My grandmother can recall Pappy bartering his rocking chairs for food and supplies during the Depression.
Fairytale Childrens Furniture is a UK company that has written a range of childrens books that have then been made into handmade rocking chairs and toy chairs of the characters.
Modern garden carpets and outdoor rugs mingle with crystal-like rocking chairs in a riot of colours, oversized outdoor sofas and rubberised tables in the 24-hour garden theme at this year's Grand Designs Live at Birmingham's NEC.
A multiple prize-winning design, this stunning Gaivota rocking chair by Reno Bonzon was selected in 1990 to represent Brazil at the Biennial of Design in S.
Q Where can I buy a modern rocking chair for my children's play room?
This (magazine) isn't for people who sit around in their rocking chairs," sniffed Mr.
A Victorian Slipper Rockers have an unusual design compared to traditional rocking chairs and this shape gives added comfort.
ROCKING chairs, given a make-over by designers, come in all shapes and sizes, so take your pick from funky to traditional.
residential site furniture, such as movable tables and chairs and comfortable outdoor rocking chairs
I figure when we're both 80 we'll be in rocking chairs, going, 'Ah, remember the 'Confessions' tour, honey?
She keeps rocking chairs in her office, hoping that they will calm emotional supplicants.
Country style fans should look out for wicker storage baskets, wooden rocking chairs and farmhouse-style tables.
SIMI VALLEY - Simi Valley Hospital is looking for volunteers to participate in the Grandma and Grandpa Rockers program, in which the volunteers have children sit on their laps in rocking chairs.
Working with design company Tecno, Moneo also designed the non-clinical furniture, such as patient armchairs, rocking chairs, meal trays and bedside tables, so that his elegant, humanising vision is carried through to the smallest detail.