the essential laws of chairs explained

If you are looking to purchase a nursery rocking chair you will no doubt have already found that there are many different makes and models to choose from. Ultimately, picking the right one for you will be based on your own tastes, needs, and requirements.

To work out what you need, the main thing to be aware of is the different features between the many models of nursery rocking chairs available and the different benefits that each of these features brings.

Rocking motion

Glider rocker chairs are among the newer and most popular of nursery rocking chairs. The design of these particular rocker chairs has been modified so that the rocking of the chair is smoother and does not jar. The obvious benefit of this is it becomes much easier to rock a baby to sleep since the noise of the motion of the chair is kept to a minimum.

Construction

Many rockers are made of wood although there are many different types of wood used in their construction. The key difference is in the weight of the wood used, with heavy wooden chairs being slightly bulkier but also sturdier. This contrasts with rockers that are constructed with lightweight wood to make them less bulky and much easier to move around the home.

Some nursery rocking chairs are produced with natural wood and while they may be a little costlier, they can provide a much better visual look than wood that has been processed. Natural wood nursery rocking chairs not only provide a better visual look, they are recognised as being built to last. This is particularly important if you are considering keeping your nursery rocker as an heirloom.

Footrests

Although there are chairs that come with footrests, these are not standard across all models. If a footrest is an important feature for you, it is possible to purchase a traditional rocking chair with such a feature, and depending upon the particular model, the footrest may even be detachable.

Back Support

Certain chairs are also built with back support, which can make rocking in the chair a great deal more comfortable and help your posture especially when you are feeding your baby. This can be a particularly important feature if you need to take stress off your lower back so be sure to check if this is included.
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