When looking for dungeon furniture, it can become a tricky yet fun activity. The cost usually plays a part in decision making, though usually one gets what one pays for. Safety of the submissive is an issue, I certainly don’t want anything to fall apart on me and I have certainly come across dungeon furniture makers of which it seems they have never tried out their furniture or at least put it through a good amount of testing to check practicalities of strappery, length, comfort etc. Cutting corners to make a fast buck is not an option!
Having something custom made is a great way to go. I however, have to consider the bigger picture. I am not using a piece of furniture for one particular slave or sub, it must be functional for many shapes and sizes. I am now looking for a top notch cage, but what is the point in having just that. With a little imagination it could be a fabulous multi-functional beast. The top could be used to strap someone to the top, the bars can have multi bondage links for holding my victim in different positions, what about feeding troughs, or stocks placed at one end, naughty extras inside the cage itself… the list is endless.
For me, it has to be iron or steel, long enough for my sub to sleep in, and then comes the neccessary discussion for my added extras… padding, flooring, bondage placements for other play particulars. Getting this right is the tricky bit once the right dungeon furniture maker has been decided apon. Of course the real fun is once it has been assembled in the correct area of the dungeon, there will be one lucky slave who finds themselves being the first to try it out!
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