|Product Type: Chair||Primary Frame Material: Wood|
|Secondary Frame Material: Wood||Style: Traditional|
|Solid Wood Construction: Yes||Mildew Resistant: Yes|
|Cushions Included: No||Arms Included: Yes|
|Rocker: Yes||Commercial Use: No|
|Country of Manufacture: United States|
|Assembly Required: Yes|
Get ready for a project!
M from New York
I have to say I wasn't expecting the chair to come completely un-assembled. It is definitely quite the project. Had I have known I had to assemble it, I probably would have ordered a different chair. Once you get it together it is very nice. The look and design is exactly what I wanted. I just didn't want to have to put it together.
Emily from Glen Allen, VA– Verified Buyer
Solid wood and it seems to be sturdy construction. The seat is wider and the back taller than I expected from the photos. It was fairly easy to assemble; instructions were clear and wood glue was included.
Pretty good for the price
Mary from Georgia
We bought 2 and they seem to be pretty good for the price. One of them, the arm wasn't cut right with the holes. We had to drill extra holes to make it fit. It makes it unstable. The other chair is fine. They went together pretty well, other than the arm. It took almost as long as putting one whole chair together to fix the arm.
Arms not fitting right...
Jean from Ohio– Verified Buyer
We really like these chairs. One of the chairs is not coming together really easily. The arms aren't fitting right so we'll have to get a handy man to come look at it. The color and size are what we expected though.
Very pleased with this rocker
R. Brackin from Downingtown, PA
I have been hunting for porch rockers at a resonable price and decided to try this one.
mary from Summit, NJ– Verified Buyer
This looks like a nice rocking chair in the picture. But it is the most time-consuming and complicated piece of furniture we've ever put together.
Dixie seating rocking
Diane from Fort Wayne, IN– Verified Buyer
Most comfortable rocker ever!!! Very relaxing and pretty easy to put together. The glue was even included! This chair will be in the house more than on the screened in porch.
Valued Customer from NA– Verified Buyer
While there is nothing structurally wrong with the chairs, the wood is cheap. These are so light weight that I doubt someone who weighs more than 150lbs can sit in them safely. The Sienna Red finish also looks cheap, it's definitely not a high quality paint. Very disappointed in Dixie Seating, which claims to make furniture using "old fashioned" techniques - apparently to them this means cheap materials.
Kimberly from Apex, NC– Verified Buyer
Looks great and was easy to assemble! Great value for the price and fits nicely on our front porch.
Outdoor Rocking Chair
Jennifer Norton from New Jersey– Verified Buyer
We just moved and were looking for simple and classic rockers for our porch. We found them! Reasonable and durable. Although these have to be assembled and glued, it is worth it!