1. Easy to store yet ready for any weather, folding wicker rocking chairs are must-have items for on-the-go summer living. A folding wicker rocker could be used as a patio chair, an RV chair, or portable seating for tailgating, camping, and more.
2. Add living room functionality to covered porch personality, and you have the laidback convenience of a wicker swivel rocker. A swivel rocker's range of motion makes it a versatile single-chair complement to modular or sectional wicker furniture sets.
3. If creak, creak, creak is the sound you associate with a wicker rocking chair, it's a perfectly "natural" assumption. Natural wicker tends to dry out over time, becoming noisy and brittle. Resin wicker is an all-weather synthetic that's resistant to fading and moisture.
4. Outdoor wicker chairs are known for their decorative weaves, but Woodard wicker rockers are not your ordinary wickerwork. They feature a dramatic, latticework open weave on their sides and back, creating an organic branching effect that draws eyes, oohs, and aahs.
5. Color may be the visual signature of the white wicker rocker, but our traditional porch rockers get the flourishes right too. Features such as rolled arms, a mid-back open-weave strip, and rear arm airflow pockets capture the classic wicker rocking chair style in all its exquisite detail.
6. If there's a synthetic material that rivals resin wicker for all-weather performance and natural appearance, it's PolyWood. A PolyWood and resin wicker rocker is an eco-friendly design made from milk jugs that were recycled into plastic lumber. PolyWood looks like wood and is extraordinarily durable and weather-resistant.
7. If the hassle of installing a porch swing is your main reason for considering a rocker, click over to our wicker porch swings section ASAP. Contemporary designs such as wicker swing chairs have self-supporting frames - no porch beams required.