Bondage Furniture

Definition - What does Bondage Furniture mean?

Bondage furniture is any type of furniture used for BDSM play. Common types of BDSM furniture include racks, St. Andrew's crosses, A-frames, and wooden horses. Submissive partners are typically bound to these pieces of furniture, where they may be teased, spanked, flogged, or whipped.

Bondage furniture is also sometimes known as BDSM furniture or dungeon furniture, as it is typically stored in a BDSM Dungeon.

Kinkly explains Bondage Furniture

Bondage furniture is meant to enhance BDSM play, and can facilitate greater sexual pleasure than traditional household furniture.

Many pieces of bondage furniture take inspiration from historic torture devices. For example, modern racks allow an individual to be bound horizontally while lying on their back or front. Although they may resemble medieval torture devices, most racks do not have the stretching mechanism that was used in medieval times. A St. Andrew’s cross takes its name from the X-shaped cross that Jesus’ disciple Andrew was crucified on. A submissive can be bound to a contemporary St. Andrew’s cross to be flogged or whipped.

Many online stores specialize in bondage furniture, but some choose to create their own homemade pieces. Regular household furniture can also be modified to become bondage furniture. For example, eye-hooks can be fixed to bedposts can serve as tie-down points.

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