A Look at Bondage Furniture

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Bondage furniture is one of those things that you hear lots about but probably haven’t seen in real life. Taking on many forms including pillows, chairs, machines, and restraining systems, bondage furniture is a great way to enjoy and explore a world of new positions and unlimited fun.

Pillows and Cushions

Pillows are inexpensive and ideal for those new to sex furniture. They can be used to support a variety of positions to help you penetrate at a deeper angle.

To begin with, place one under you while your partner is on top or under her in the missionary position. Once you are both comfortable with deeper penetration, you can try more advanced positions. Place a couple under her abdomen for her to lie over during doggie style; it’s a sexy and comfortable alternative to being on all fours.

Restraining Systems

Once you’ve played with bondage a few times, you and your partner might decide to take things to the next level.

A bondage restraint set like Fetish Fantasy Ultimate Bed Restraint System (£69.99, kinky.co.uk) will transform your bed into a passion playground. This restraint system is versatile, fun and perfect for beds without best posts. It features two large nylon straps that wrap around the headboard and footboard – these are connected to 4 tethers and cuffs that can be clipped anywhere you want, creating elaborate bondage scenarios without tying knows or using hardware. This system allows easy release, but at the same time they’re sturdy enough to survive being pulled on.

Looking to take the fun elsewhere? The Fetish Fantasy Series Cuff and Tether Set (£39.99, kinky.co.uk) can be tied to just about anything, allowing you to let your imagination set your limits!

Sex Swings

Sex swings were once an urban myth – the kind of kinky furniture that was said to fill the basements of professional perverts. Now, there’s a wide range of sex swings available designed to increase mobility, encourage variety, and aid you are your partner in your quest for the ultimate orgasm.

Sex swings are a series of supports that are made of high quality and durable material. There’s usually a metal frame which holds a series of straps in place, which you can use to support your hands, feet, and bottom. The metal frame can be attached to a secure ceiling beam or door frame, using a hard-wearing screw designed to support your weight.
The Fetish Fantasy Swing (£139.99, kinky.co.uk) is fitted with an eyelet bolt that can we installed into the underside of a door frame or into a beam in the ceiling. Featuring padded stirrups and easily adjustable straps, it provides plenty of comfort and support. The hardware for the swing can also be adjusted to hang the swing any distance from the floor. So, use your imagination and have fun!

Most sex swings can be removed and stored away after use, so they don’t need to become a permanent feature in your bedroom!

Don’t have a secure beam? There are plenty of alternatives on the market. The Fetish Fantasy Door Swing (£35.99, kinky.co.uk) fits in your door jamb, between the frame and the door itself and creates reliable support no matter how heated things get. Enjoy positions you never thought were possible and do it all with ease, thanks to the padded seat cradle, comfortable stirrups and perfectly-placed leverage handles.

Sex Machines

Looking for a little hands-free fun? Sex machines deliver waves of pleasure, leaving your hand free to explore and play with yourself.

When choosing a sex machine, consider the type of stimulation you are after. If you like powerful vibrations then go for something like the Fetish Fantasy Inflatable Hot Seat (£54.99, kinky.co.uk) for intense sensations. A budget alternative to mechanic sex machines that offers comfortable pleasure with each thrust!

If you’re looking for a portable sex machine that can operate on any electric current in the world, the Fetish Fantasy Extreme International Extreme Sex Machine (£399.99, kinky.co.uk) is the perfect toy for instant satisfaction. Discover the ultimate pleasure with this multispeed sex machine that pulsates, thrusts, and vibrates. It comes with a number of attachments that can be used by both men and women.

Spreader Bar

Another kinky piece to add to your collection; a spreader bar allows you to try new positions and scenarios you never dared. A spreader bar is usually made of metal and is attached via cuffs to ankles or wrists (or both!) to prevent the wearer from closing their thighs or wrists. A Leg Spreader Bar (£59.99, kinky.co.uk) allows you to put your lover in a spread leg position that will help you achieve deeper penetration. You can also hold onto the bar to increase control in face-to-face positions with the bonus of restricting your partner.

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