Dezeen's top 10 designer sex toys for Valentine's Day

Dezeen's top 10 designer sex toys for Valentine's Day

Whether you're spending Valentine's Day alone or with company, take a peep at a selection of designer sex toys from the Dezeen archives to put you in the mood.


Smile Makers by Ramblin' Brands

Smile Makers by Ramblin' Brands

Have a specific fantasy? These colourful phallic shapes by Ramblin' Brands are designed to evoke stereotypical characters for those who fancy the Frenchman, the Millionaire, the Tennis Coach or the Fireman. Find out more about Smile Makers »


Love the Bird by Marc Dibeh

Love the Bird by Marc Dibeh

If you're struggling to find a discrete way of storing an adult toy, this lamp by Marc Dibeh neatly conceals a vibrator within its stand. Featuring a small model bird on its end, the vibrator also changes the colour of the light from yellow to red when inserted. Find out more about Love the Bird »


Glory Holes by Richard Yasmine

Glory Holes by Richard Yasmine

Richard Yasmine has similarly incorporated sex toys into a homeware design. His Glory Holes table has a range of different sized and shaped brass dildos for legs, which are removable for "kinky-minded people". Find out more about Glory Holes »


Adult Tool Kit by Michael Reynolds and Jeff Zimmerman

Adult Tool Kit blown-glass sex toys by Michael Reynolds and Jeff Zimmerman

For the more adventurous, these blown-glass "high-fashion sex toys" incorporate accessories like horsehair tails and a candle holder. "You can stick them wherever the f*ck you want," said designer Michael Reynolds, though he stressed that the dildos and plugs were intended to be looked at rather than played with. Find out more about the Adult Tool Kit »


Whoop.de.doo by Anna Maresova

Whoop.de.doo by Anna Maresova

Anna Maresova designed her Whoop.de.doo sex toys to avoid being "blatantly vulgar or weird". The minimal eggs, balls and vibrators are covered in white silicone, to encourage women to use the objects without feeling embarrassed. Find out more about Whoop.de.doo »


Form 3 by Fuseproject

Form 3 by Fuseproject

Yves Behar's studio Fuseproject has created a series of products for sex toy brand JimmyJane. The first of the waterproof designs features two positionable, independently-powered tips, while the second (pictured) has a thin flexible silicone pad extending from one end. Find out more about Form 3 »


Vesper by Crave

Vesper by Crave

Portable pleasure is offered by Crave's stainless-steel vibrator, which can be worn as a necklace. The 9.65-centimetre rod can also be removed from its chain for those not comfortable with flaunting it as a fashion accessory. Find out more about Vesper »


Grandfather Clock by Bastiaan Buijs

Grandfather Clock by Bastiaan Buijs

This "aesthetically pleasing" glass vibrator by Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Bastiaan Buijs is powered by clockwork. Made from a hand-blown glass vessel and activated by a wind-up key, the brass and metal mechanism that causes it to vibrate is visible from the outside. Find out more about Grandfather Clock »


The Satyr by Bastiaan Buijs

The Satyr by Bastiaan Buijs

For men, Buijs has designed a fleshlight-cum-furniture piece to combat the idea of "a sad lonely man with a blow-up doll". The bright pink torso can be mounted like a vaulting horse, and users are expected to openly display the object in their homes. Find out more about Satyr »


21 Grams by Mark Sturkenboom

21 Grams by Mark Sturkenboom

Finally, this glass dildo has a gold-plated compartment for storing the ashes of a dead lover. It is kept in a wooden box that also contains a scent diffuser and an amplifier for playing music from an iPhone, to help bring back memories. Find out more about 21 Grams »