It's the time of year for lazy Sundays and roaring fires, so choose one of these updated designs and sit back and relax..
Thought rocking chairs were for grandparents? Think again, there’s a new generation of rockers in town.
Trust design maestros, Seletti, to come up with this slick modern interpretation of a classic piece.
This classic rocking chair has a double bow seat back, central slat and eight turned spindles, all in typical Ercol style. Upward turned armrests provide added comfort, while the solid elm oyster shaped seat is roomy enough for a cushion so you can rock in relaxed style.
A collaborative design for Vitra by Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby, this colourful and contemporary chair switches from a relaxed position to a forward tilt.
Made from rattan and ash, this woven, pale timber chair has a simple, airy look and natural materials that will age with grace.
This award-winning seat was designed by Renaud Bonzon, as he was sat in deep snow during a stay in French Alps. The curved ergonomic forms of both seat and back were defined when he noticed his bodyprint after standing up.
The result of Carl Hansen & Søn’s collaboration with designer Anker Bak, this charming seat is created with beautiful materials, and re-imagines an age-old concept for modern living.
Designed by Dave Green and beautifully handmade in elm, walnut and oak in Sitting Firm's Midlands workshops, this elegant piece is a modern take on a traditional theme.
One for when the weather gets warmer, this outdoor rocking chair in powder-coated aluminium is great for whiling away the hours with a good read on a summer's day.