Does anything give a call to warmer weather more than a pair of outdoor rocking chairs? Spending a bit of idle time rocking on the porch with a glass of lemonade or iced tea stirs up a nostalgic and simpler time. (This post contains affiliate links.)
A pair of white mismatched rockers on a cabin porch beckon you to slow down and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature.
A secluded spot on the porch entices a romantic rendezvous for you and a loved one.
A pair of simple wooden rocking chairs enjoy a street-side view and makes you feel like you live in Mayberry RFD. And on a side note – what a gorgeous and healthy peace lily just behind the rockers!
A second story porch feels like a tree house for adults. Ample wicker rockers are the perfect accoutrement to the room.
Hickory rocking chairs pair up on a balcony to take advantage of summer conversations.
A long front porch provides space for several people to enjoy lazy summer days together.
Paint a rocker a fun, bold color – to match or contrast existing porch furniture.
I love this style of wicker rocking chair. It would look equally pretty inside the house as it does outside.
Before I even looked to see where this photo was taken, I knew it had to be somewhere in the low country. Sure enough, it’s a scene from Beaufort, South Carolina that I’ve had the pleasure of visiting more than once. The slat board rocking chairs are an iconic Southern classic.
I rocked my oldest daughter to sleep on many nights in a white wicker rocking chair just like this one. Her chair was in a corner of her yellow nursery as opposed to the front sun porch in our little bungalow home.
Rocking chairs on the porch don’t have to match. An eclectic mix can be charming and appealing.
A pair of red rockers beckon you to shirk your chores and enjoy the summer breezes.
What type of rocking chair is your favorite?