Rocking Chair / April 28, 2018 / Jodie Gilmore
No one really knows how much work goes into making a rocking chair. It may just seem like a regular chair placed on curved wood, but it's more than that. The back of the chair must be slighted just right or the person will tip. The legs of the \"chair\" are much shorter and have to be just the right angle. Finally, the slop in the runners and the placement of the legs has to be just right or the chair won't be stable.
A glider rocking chair is very similar to regular ones, but instead of just rocking back and forth, the chair has a gliding motion. The whole chair is hinged on gliders. This can make for an even more comfortable seat, but it means there are more moving parts and is therefore more easily broken. You'll have to decide if you like this kind better and if you do, if it's worth the higher risk of it breaking. Of course you can always repair it and that's not a problem.
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