GRÖNADAL Rocking chair, gray/natural
GRÖNADAL Rocking chair, gray/natural
GRÖNADAL Rocking chair, gray/natural
GRÖNADAL Rocking chair, gray/natural
GRÖNADAL Rocking chair, gray/natural
GRÖNADAL Rocking chair, gray/natural

Hand-woven from rattan and ash makes each and every GRÖNADAL rocking chair one of a kind. The light shape and natural materials bring modern Scandinavian design to mind. Easy to place and yours to love.


Product details

Handwoven back rest and seat, making each and every GRÖNADAL chair one of a kind.Made from rattan and ash, natural materials that age with grace.The transparent woven pattern in the back and seat give the rocking chair an airy look, making it flexible and easy to fit in at home.10-year limited warrranty. Read about the terms in the limited warranty brochure.Designer

Lisa Hilland

  • Weaving:Rattan, Clear acrylic lacquer
    Rocker/ Backside rail/ Armrest:Solid ash, Clear acrylic lacquer
    Armrest frame/ Seat frame/ Back frame/ Crossbar:Steel, Epoxy/polyester powder coating
    Wipe clean using a damp cloth and a mild cleaner.Wipe dry with a clean cloth.The material can dry out and deteriorate if placed near a heat source.
  • GRÖNADALRocking chairArticle Number:903.200.97
    Width: 32 ¼ "Height: 5 ¾ "Length: 35 ½ "Weight: 32 lb 10 ozPackage(s): 1

Product size

31 1/2 "
31 7/8 "
33 7/8 "
Seat width: 
18 1/2 "
Seat depth: 
17 3/8 "
Seat height: 
16 1/2 "


GRÖNADAL Rocking chair, gray/natural

New possibilities for traditional crafts

New possibilities for traditional crafts With many Vietnamese people moving to cities, traditional craftsmanship runs the risk of being forgotten. IKEA helps create jobs and preserve valuable traditions by working with rattan. A good example is GRÖNADAL rocking chair. Designer Lisa Hilland visited a rattan factory in the city of Nha Trang just before its production of GRÖNADAL kicked off. "For someone like me who loves traditional crafts, it was fantastic to be there and see the skilled weavers working," Lisa says.  Read More
To create the seat and back, rattan is manually woven in a classic octagonal pattern. This type of weaving can never be done by machines. "We could test and fine tune the weaving together, directly on the factory floor, in order to create the best result possible," says Lisa.

Secure futures

Jan Ahlsén has been working in Vietnam with IKEA rattan production for many years. "Many villages have been specialized in a certain weaving technique that's inherited and traditionally produced on a small scale since it's done at home," he explains. "For families who have their own rice fields, weaving is an important additional income." Today, it can be difficult to make ends meet by only growing rice and weaving rattan occasionally. A job at a factory can provide a more stable income and a more secure future while it enables the traditional craft to live on.

Making rattan interesting

GRÖNADAL combines traditional Vietnamese craftsmanship with modern Scandinavian style. Lisa Hilland thinks the unexpected combination can help increase the demand for similar crafts. "By creating something new, we can take rattan weaving further and make it interesting for the future."
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Designer thoughts

"The idea behind GRÖNADAL rocking chair was to make a rocking chair that joins different materials and expressions in unexpected ways. Rattan and ash are vibrant natural materials that age beautifully, and create an interesting contrast to the powder-coated steel. The seat and back are handwoven using traditional techniques, while the light shape brings modern Scandinavian design to mind. Every part is made with love and care – which I hope you’ll feel when using it."

Rocking chair, gray/natural

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