A lovely lady named Kristin that I know from other parts of the interwebs saved the day here. She pointed out to me that with the handy help of a "Rocker Swivel Base with Legs", I can turn any chair into a rocker!
Kristin, you truly rock! ;)
I think *I* saw the lightbulb go off above my head this time because I instantly knew what chair we could use:
It is green chair to the rescue! Thanks for the help Saint Patrick. (I'm sure I'm right on top of his priority list.) The fabric on this chair as such a great texture too, check it out <----.
Great minds think alike because when I told Marc about the ad-on base option, he immediately sat up in bed and pointed at said green chair.
We already know that this chair will look good in Franca's room because I used it before the Ikea Poang chair. Also it has been approved by The Late, Great Tuna. Done. Deal.
a) the wire parts are called "hook links"
b) I can buy a pound of them for $3. (That is about 99 more than I need.)
c) they are also helping to make the chair extra squishy
I'm trying to decide whether or not to just buy a hook link and a new Edge clip ($8/lb) and just try not to (Boing!) snap my eye out while reconnecting it, or if we should try to get rid of all the too-squishy hook links (Boing, boing, boing! There are more of those then we have eyes to poke out.).
Care to weigh in?