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Cio Rocking Chair

Cio Walnut Ladderback Rocking Chair

A Masterpiece Reinvented

The ladderback rocking chair for the modern era, Cio embodies the moment where form follows function, bringing elegance to ergonomics.

Adding this chair to your living environment elevates your room to gallery status. While it is beautiful to gaze upon, consider this your most heavenly place to recline while visiting, reading or relaxing with a glass of wine.

From Berea to Cio.

Discover the journey

After thirty-six years, Brian Boggs embraces the challenge of a new ladderback chair that combines all of his chairmaking knowledge while continuing his journey of innovation. Watch the twelve minute video below for Brian’s journey in ladderback chairs from 1982 through today.
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Exquisite Comfort

The culmination of thirty-six years of experience in chair design, the Cio rocking chair gifts you with your most comfortable sitting experience ever within an innovative, lightweight chair.

Effortless Relaxation

You’ll relax easily in this groundbreaking seat which offers a nice pocket for the buttocks and lifts the thighs gently to keep pressure off the sit bones. The super straight grain slims the leg down to a dimension that allows it to spring in use, creating a sense of buoyancy and softness much like an upholstered chair.
Cio Ladderback Rocking Chair Seat

Divine Support

Cuddle into the perfect grip of the Cio rocking chair. This chair cradles you as it follows the sitter’s form as precisely as possible from the top of the back to the front of the seat. Each slat conforms to the thoracic and lumbar curves in three dimensions: the vertical curve flow, the horizontal shape, and the orientation of all this to the seat. Sitting here is like a hug for your whole body.

The Sturdiest Featherweight

The Cio removes the traditional undercarriage and uses a cutting-edge hollow seat to reduce the weight of this chair while maintaining strength and comfort. There is nothing new about the effort to make a chair fit the human body, but traditional designs limit how this can be done without making an excessively heavy chair.

A Ladderback for Modern Times

In Cio (pronounced chee – o, meaning renew in Latin), Brian Boggs renews the ladderback chair for the modern era.