We now have every shape Liberator Pillow they make...and love them. BUT..how do YOU "hide" yours?

Bignuf Bignuf
You can only use so many "throws" on a bed...and the shapes are mostly NOT "regular pillow" pretends...SO, how do YOU hide your Liberator pillows.

We now have about TWO closets full, and when I tried to hide a "BIG" stage up in the heat of the attic, I think it hurt the foam interior.

Help? Any suggestions?
05/31/2011
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MaryExy MaryExy
I'm curious to see the suggestions. Any room under the bed by any chance? Ones like the Wing look more like regular pillows to me, or at least like odd pillows you could easily find in a regular store. And the Flip Ramp can be folded into a cube that could be hidden as an ottoman. Otherwise, I dunno.
05/31/2011
Jul!a Jul!a
I only have the wedge and the heart wedge. The wedge sits in the closet because there's no good place for it out in the open and the heart wedge sits out because it's so adorable and we use it all the time to prop our backs up for reading in bed.
05/31/2011
BBW Talks Toys BBW Talks Toys
Quote:
Originally posted by Bignuf
You can only use so many "throws" on a bed...and the shapes are mostly NOT "regular pillow" pretends...SO, how do YOU hide your Liberator pillows.

We now have about TWO closets full, and when I tried to hide a ... More
I think you are doing about all that you can do. You might want to consider some custom furniture that serves dual purpose? For example, have a bookshelf built appears deeper than it is so that you can store some of your shapes behind it?

I'm guessing no extra bedroom to turn into a "fun room"
05/31/2011
Howells Howells
I received my wedge-ramp combo today. It fits 99% well in the trunk of my bed. It's just that when I close it down, it presses a bit down the ramp's top. It's not too strong but constant pressure. I hope it won't deform it on the long run?
05/31/2011
newfoundlust newfoundlust
Quote:
Originally posted by Bignuf
You can only use so many "throws" on a bed...and the shapes are mostly NOT "regular pillow" pretends...SO, how do YOU hide your Liberator pillows.

We now have about TWO closets full, and when I tried to hide a ... More
We typically push them under the bed, or tuck them beside the bedside tables, or throw them in a closet.
05/31/2011
Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
Quote:
Originally posted by Bignuf
You can only use so many "throws" on a bed...and the shapes are mostly NOT "regular pillow" pretends...SO, how do YOU hide your Liberator pillows.

We now have about TWO closets full, and when I tried to hide a ... More
I leave them out to be used as the furniture they are! They are so sturdy and versatile that no one ever comments except to ask where to get some of their own...
05/31/2011
Howells Howells
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Originally posted by Airen Wolf
I leave them out to be used as the furniture they are! They are so sturdy and versatile that no one ever comments except to ask where to get some of their own...
I'm currently (as of writing this) testing the combo + a memory foam pillow for tv watchin and using the computer hooked to the tv. It's great so far, amazing support for my back. My spine doesn't curve like it would with a regular pillow. I'll have to see this on the long run. But if it works then I might be able to leave it out in plain sight Only 'problem' that this pushed me closer to the tv an it's on the bigger side (46) and I get fatigue like in the first row in a movie theathe. My tv stand is mobile so I can push it back to the right distance.
05/31/2011
Miss Voluptuous Miss Voluptuous
Hehe... what a fun problem to have I'm sure you'll come up with a satisfying solution.
05/31/2011
Mr. E Mr. E
We have the same problem. We keep our Liberator gear in our sexercise room.
06/02/2011
ToyGurl ToyGurl
Quote:
Originally posted by Bignuf
You can only use so many "throws" on a bed...and the shapes are mostly NOT "regular pillow" pretends...SO, how do YOU hide your Liberator pillows.

We now have about TWO closets full, and when I tried to hide a ... More
I mean, you could always just use a pillow case. I have some sex pillows similar to liberators and we just use pillow cases. If anyone dare ask, we say they are for our back to help us sleep better.

I keep two of them in the closet, and the rest go under the bed. I own 7 altogether. I forget what brand they are, but I got a whole set of them as a pre-wedding gift. They come from a local sex store.
06/02/2011
LambChop LambChop
Quote:
Originally posted by Bignuf
You can only use so many "throws" on a bed...and the shapes are mostly NOT "regular pillow" pretends...SO, how do YOU hide your Liberator pillows.

We now have about TWO closets full, and when I tried to hide a ... More
I just have the Jaz, which is really the perfect size, if you ask me. It fits behind the pillows when the bed is made. I can't imagine lugging all of the others around my room.
06/02/2011
VioletMoonstone VioletMoonstone
I would hide them under the bed if they fit. Or stick them in the closet I guess.
06/05/2011
namelesschaos namelesschaos
I have one room and not much space so the short answer is everywhere lol. my Jaz, Two play, Pulse and Heart Wedge are in the closet. My Let Her Ride is a corner, My BonBon is under the corner of a table. And I have a Whril XT on it's way I plan to keep this out in the open as a body pillow.
06/05/2011
ThoughtsAblaze ThoughtsAblaze
I really want to get the Liberator wedge + ramp combo, and if I did, they'd go under the bed. I have my bed up on risers, so there's more than enough space to stash stuff (and a dust ruffle so no one can peek!).
06/05/2011
Wondermom Wondermom
the stage I would just say its like a giant bean bag for adults with more support, a softer ottoman. The wedge/ramp you can claim are good for night time congestion and heartburn, or acid reflux.
06/05/2011
*Huxley* *Huxley*
I just had this dilemma! If your bed is on a normal metal frame then buy bed risers! I was able to fit our hipster under there because of this quick and cheap fix. They are under $20 at Bed bath and beyond. I am sure you could find them at one of the big box stores as well.
06/06/2011
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