While plenty of manufacturers specialize in chairs for nurseries, you can also find nice gliders, rockers, and stationary chairs at regular furniture stores. As always, you’ll pay more for high-quality craftsmanship, but you’ll get a stronger, longer-lasting piece. Expect to pay between $400 and $900 for well-made rockers and gliders, $200 to $400 for a matching ottoman, and about $1,000 for a chaise longue.
ANTIQUE WOODEN ROCKING CHAIR
If you’re going for a classic-, country-, or cowboy-themed nursery, a wooden rocker will fit right in. Rockers come in many woods and finishes and can cost anywhere from $100 for a basic model to several thousand dollars for custom designs made with rare woods. If you plan to use an antique rocker, be sure that all the pieces are sturdy, that no screws or nails are popping out, and that the finish is smooth and nontoxic. Sanding down and refinishing a wooden rocking chair to make it safe for the nursery is a time-consuming project. Pregnant women should not handle stains and sealants or breathe in dust from sanding. So unless you have a woodworking hobbyist in the family, it might be best to buy a new chair.
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