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There’s a romantic timelessness to rocking chairs. As soon as I get my perfect porch I’ll be rocking away.
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There are loads of old wooden rocking chairs out there on Ebay and www.gumtree.com.au
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Just give them a quick sand and a lick of paint.
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Painting up an old rocker can give it a whole new lease on life, particularly with a vibrant primary colour. And with a can of spray paint, it doesn’t take too long.
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Rockers are also fab for making wee nooks functional and welcoming.
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And painted white they are the perfect chair for a nursery. Simply add brighter cushions as they grow.
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Danish style rockers work easily in a contemporary space and take up less room than traditional ones.
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And the Eames style rockers are very contemporary, and with the moulded chair…pretty comfy!
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And then there are the quirky ones…hard to find, but very cool.