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Here, I have collected images of erotic furniture from all over the internet. Where I have been able to find information about the pieces, I have included it.
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The inimitable woodwork of Peter Rolfe. I was lucky enough to be able to get one of these (the one in the upper-right) at auction.

What I appreciate in these paintings by Salvador Dali is the way the figures, drawers hanging open like orifices, manage to look so ravaged.
Fauteuil (1893) by François-Rupert Carabin. I tried sitting in it, once, at the Strasbourg museum; I was escorted out. But imagine how comfortable you'd be, knowing she wasn't!
I'd imagine the occupant of this bed has very little trouble rising in the morning.
This console belonged to the House of Romanov, and is rumored to have belonged to Catherine the Great. The piece evokes the anemoi (or four winds), who probably never had half as much fun as these four stimulating supports. The phalluses are frozen in a moment of infinite strain, perpetual pleasure, as they support whatever naughty playthings might have once been placed here.
A piece well-suited to the perverse inner child.
If this one's for sale, someone let me know.