Rocking Chairs

Acacia Rocker

Wood:
Acacia

Acacia Wood is a durable, multi-purpose, hardwood mainly used in the manufacturing of furniture, cabinets, turnery, and floors and is playing an increasingly important role in efforts to sustain a commercial supply of tree products while reducing pressure on natural forest ecosystems.

Finish:
- Unfinished  [$129]
- Oil-Dipped Natural Finish [$149]
- Covered Area [$179]
- Custom Paint [$239]

Dimension:
25"w x 35.75"d x 44.5"h

Oil- Dipped Natural Finish:
Our Oil-Dipped Natural Finish is applied twice to ensure each piece receives an even-toned appearance.  In order to extend the life of the wooden furniture, we recommend treating each piece with standard teak oil or orange oil. This treatment will assist in revitalizing the rich color you desire as well as help protect your furniture from moisture or splitting when exposed to nature's elements.  Over time, treated and untreated wood will turn a grey tone.

Custom Paint:
This manufacture proudly uses Sherwin Williams exterior paints for maximum protection.

Whitewood Sherwin Williams Finish

Price: $129.00

Charleston Rocker

Wood:
Acacia

Acacia Wood is a durable, multi-purpose, hardwood mainly used in the manufacturing of furniture, cabinets, turnery, and floors and is playing an increasingly important role in efforts to sustain a commercial supply of tree products while reducing pressure on natural forest ecosystems.

Finish:
- Unfinished  [$139]
- Covered Area Paint [$189]
(Colors available Black, Green, Red, or White)

Dimension:
26.25"w x 36"d x 47"h

Price: $139.00

Classic Shaker Rocker

Made in America !

:: Swell Join Construction ::
Swelled joint construction is a technique of furniture construction borrowed from Shaker design. Moisture content in the lumber is closely monitored, when at the right point the wood is made into base pieces. Larger posts (front and back posts) have a higher moisture content than the smaller posts (rungs). With the variance in moisture content, the small posts swell as they absorb moisture from the larger posts and the larger posts shrink as they lose moisture to smaller parts making a much tighter fit than if they had been glued. A Troutman chair will get tighter over time.

:: Interlocking Joints  ::
Another Shaker construction technique rarely used in today's manufacturing processes is "interlocking joinery". The front frame and back frame of the chairs and rockers are assembled separately. When these two parts are clamped together, the boring on each frame notches the dowel on the front post and back post making it near impossible for the front assembly or the back assembly to be pulled apart. Using swelled joint construction and interlocking joinery assures our customers the furniture they purchase is built for lifetimes of use.

For more information on our Rocker manufacturer, visit here.


Wood:

Solid Oak

Finish:
- Unfinished
- or You Choose the Color..... We Take Care of the Rest !
(Our professional finishers base finishing prices on size, time, and level of difficulty.)

* Shown in Black Finish, finishing sold separately

Dimensions:
18.75"w x 23"d x 46.5"h

 

YES!  WE CAN FINISH FOR YOU!
Click here to see some of the many different
finish options WE DO FOR YOU!

Price: $215.00

Coastal Rocker

Made in America !

:: Swell Join Construction ::
Swelled joint construction is a technique of furniture construction borrowed from Shaker design. Moisture content in the lumber is closely monitored, when at the right point the wood is made into base pieces. Larger posts (front and back posts) have a higher moisture content than the smaller posts (rungs). With the variance in moisture content, the small posts swell as they absorb moisture from the larger posts and the larger posts shrink as they lose moisture to smaller parts making a much tighter fit than if they had been glued. A Troutman chair will get tighter over time.

:: Interlocking Joints  ::
Another Shaker construction technique rarely used in today's manufacturing processes is "interlocking joinery". The front frame and back frame of the chairs and rockers are assembled separately. When these two parts are clamped together, the boring on each frame notches the dowel on the front post and back post making it near impossible for the front assembly or the back assembly to be pulled apart. Using swelled joint construction and interlocking joinery assures our customers the furniture they purchase is built for lifetimes of use.

For more information on our Rocker manufacturer, visit here.


Wood:

Solid Oak

Finish:
- Unfinished [$199]
- Natural Finish [$229]
- Factory Finish [$249]
[17 different factory finish option]

* Shown in a Factory Finish, Geranium Red

Dimensions:
26.75"w x 32"d x 40"h

 

Price: $249.00

Colonial Rocker

Wood:
Solid Hardwood = Parawood

Finish:
Antique Black, Cherry, & Oak Only
[Not Available Unfinished]

Dimensions:
28"w x 31.5"d x 43"h

Price: $219.00

Concord Rocker

Wood:
Solid Hardwood = Parawood

Finishes:
- Unfinished
- You Pick the Color.... We Take Care of the Rest !
(Our professional finishers base finishing prices on size, time, and level of difficulty.)

Dimensions:
25.5"w x 33"d x 44"h

YES!  WE CAN FINISH FOR YOU!
Click here to see some of the many different
finish options WE DO FOR YOU!

Price: $249.00

Cottage Scoop Seat Rocker

Made in America !

:: Swell Join Construction ::
Swelled joint construction is a technique of furniture construction borrowed from Shaker design. Moisture content in the lumber is closely monitored, when at the right point the wood is made into base pieces. Larger posts (front and back posts) have a higher moisture content than the smaller posts (rungs). With the variance in moisture content, the small posts swell as they absorb moisture from the larger posts and the larger posts shrink as they lose moisture to smaller parts making a much tighter fit than if they had been glued. A Troutman chair will get tighter over time.

:: Interlocking Joints  ::
Another Shaker construction technique rarely used in today's manufacturing processes is "interlocking joinery". The front frame and back frame of the chairs and rockers are assembled separately. When these two parts are clamped together, the boring on each frame notches the dowel on the front post and back post making it near impossible for the front assembly or the back assembly to be pulled apart. Using swelled joint construction and interlocking joinery assures our customers the furniture they purchase is built for lifetimes of use.

For more information on our Rocker manufacturer, visit here.

Wood:
Solid Oak

Finish:
- Unfinished
- or You Choose the Color..... We Take Care of the Rest !
(Our professional finishers base finishing prices on size, time, and level of difficulty.)

Dimensions:
16"w x 21"d x 41.5"h

 

YES!  WE CAN FINISH FOR YOU!
Click here to see some of the many different
finish options WE DO FOR YOU!

Price: $145.00

Kennedy Rocker

Made in America !

:: Swell Join Construction ::
Swelled joint construction is a technique of furniture construction borrowed from Shaker design. Moisture content in the lumber is closely monitored, when at the right point the wood is made into base pieces. Larger posts (front and back posts) have a higher moisture content than the smaller posts (rungs). With the variance in moisture content, the small posts swell as they absorb moisture from the larger posts and the larger posts shrink as they lose moisture to smaller parts making a much tighter fit than if they had been glued. A Troutman chair will get tighter over time.

:: Interlocking Joints  ::
Another Shaker construction technique rarely used in today's manufacturing processes is "interlocking joinery". The front frame and back frame of the chairs and rockers are assembled separately. When these two parts are clamped together, the boring on each frame notches the dowel on the front post and back post making it near impossible for the front assembly or the back assembly to be pulled apart. Using swelled joint construction and interlocking joinery assures our customers the furniture they purchase is built for lifetimes of use.

For more information on our Rocker manufacturer, visit here.

Wood:
Solid Oak

Finish:
- Natural Finish

Dimensions:
26.75"w x 32"d x 40"h

Price: $399.00
Price: $249.00

Porch Rocker [Indoor/Outdoor]

Wood:
Acacia

Acacia Wood is a durable, multi-purpose, hardwood mainly used in the manufacturing of furniture, cabinets, turnery, and floors and is playing an increasingly important role in efforts to sustain a commercial supply of tree products while reducing pressure on natural forest ecosystems.

Finish:
White, Red, Green, or Antique Black

 

The Somer's Pointe Furniture is recommended to be kept in a covered area.  When used outdoors, can be expected to weather.  If nature's elements should break down the finish / paint application, sand slightly with 220 fine grained sand-paper, wipe with lacquer thinner, apply paint followed by a clear topcoat recommended for outdoor use.

Dimensions:
25.75"w x 35.75"d x 44.5"h

Price: $179.00

Pressback Rocker

Wood:
Solid Hardwood: Parawood
Finish:

- Unfinished
- or You Pick the Color.... We Take Care of the Rest !
(Please call for finishing prices. Our finishers base finishing prices on size, time, and level of difficulty.)

Dimensions:
22.5"w x 17"d x 46"h

 

YES!  WE CAN FINISH FOR YOU!
Choose from our line of
STAINS
or
PAINTS

Price: $229.00
Price: $179.00

Turned Post Rocker

Wood:
Acacia

Acacia Wood is a durable, multi-purpose, hardwood mainly used in the manufacturing of furniture, cabinets, turnery, and floors and is playing an increasingly important role in efforts to sustain a commercial supply of tree products while reducing pressure on natural forest ecosystems.

Finish:
White Only

The Somer's Pointe Furniture is recommended to be kept in a covered area.  When used outdoors, can be expected to weather.  If nature's elements should break down the finish / paint application, sand slightly with 220 fine grained sand-paper, wipe with lacquer thinner, apply paint followed by a clear topcoat recommended for outdoor use.

Dimensions:
26.25"w x 36"d x 47"h

Price: $189.00

Vintage Ladderback Rocker

Made in America !

:: Swell Join Construction ::
Swelled joint construction is a technique of furniture construction borrowed from Shaker design. Moisture content in the lumber is closely monitored, when at the right point the wood is made into base pieces. Larger posts (front and back posts) have a higher moisture content than the smaller posts (rungs). With the variance in moisture content, the small posts swell as they absorb moisture from the larger posts and the larger posts shrink as they lose moisture to smaller parts making a much tighter fit than if they had been glued. A Troutman chair will get tighter over time.

:: Interlocking Joints  ::
Another Shaker construction technique rarely used in today's manufacturing processes is "interlocking joinery". The front frame and back frame of the chairs and rockers are assembled separately. When these two parts are clamped together, the boring on each frame notches the dowel on the front post and back post making it near impossible for the front assembly or the back assembly to be pulled apart. Using swelled joint construction and interlocking joinery assures our customers the furniture they purchase is built for lifetimes of use.

For more information on our Rocker manufacturer, visit here.

Wood:
Solid Oak

Finish:
- Unfinished
- or You Choose the Color..... We Take Care of the Rest !
(Our professional finishers base finishing prices on size, time, and level of difficulty.)

Dimensions:
18.75"w x 23"d x 46.5"h

YES!  WE CAN FINISH FOR YOU!
Click here to see some of the many different
finish options WE DO FOR YOU!

Price: $259.00