Broken chair, Egg chair, Swan chair, Folding chair,
Captian chair, Glider chair (platform rocker),
High chair, inflatable chai, Jack & Jill chai 9 Adirondack chair, knotted chair,
Massage chair has electromechanical devices to massage the occupant. Another kind of massage chair is one used by a therapist on which the client sits in an inverted position with the back facing the massage therapist. There is a headrest like that of the common massage table for the face.
- Ovalia Egg Chair Similar to the Ball Chair but egg-shaped. Designed by Henrik Thor-Larsen in 1968
- Papasan chair, a large, rounded, bowl-shaped chair with an adjustable angle similar to that of a futon; the bowl rests in an upright frame made of sturdy wicker or wood
- Parsons chair, curving wooden chair named for the Parsons School of Design in New York, where it was created and widely copied today
- Patio chair, any outdoor chair meant for use on a hard surface (contrast with lawn chairs) designed so as to not collect water and dry quickly after rain
- Pew stacker chair, stackable chair used primarily by churches that allows chair arranged in rows to be linked together in such a way that the seats and backs form a bench- or pew-like feel and appearance
- Planter's chair, wooden chair with stretchable arms to rest the legs
- Poofbag chair, similar to an over-sized bean-bag chair filled with urethane foam
- Porter's chair, a chair placed near the entrance of a large house for use by a servant responsible for admitting visitors
- Potty chair (often abbreviated simply as "potty"), a training toilet for children; in pre-indoor plumbing times this was a chair beneath the seat of which a chamber pot was installed
- Pouffe, furniture used as a footstool or low seat
- Pressback chair, a wooden chair of the Victorian period, usually of oak, into the crest rail and/or splat of which a pattern had been pressed with a steam press
- Pushchair or stroller, a chair with wheels, which usually folds for transporting an infant; some countries, including the U.S., use "stroller"; others, including the UK, "pushchair"
Questionable Chair, a chair that just does not seem right. This chair may be in various forms of structure or may not even look like a chair at all.