The chair motion primarily refers to the movement of the chair seat. Gliding chairs create a smooth back and forth movement. Reclining chairs allow you to adjust or lean into the back of the chair. Rocking chairs also create a back and forth motion usually from a spring or curved bottom. Swivel chairs allow you to turn the seat without moving the chair. Swivel Rockers support both swivel and rocking motions. Stationary chairs are entirely fixed and have no movement.
This field allows you to distinguish between products that are intended for commercial or residential use. Commercial grade products are suitable for residential use but are often more expensive and designed to withstand more wear and tear; they may also carry longer warranties. Residential products are still of upstanding quality, but are designed to endure average homeowner or family conditions.