Radar: Laying Out the Sofa Beds
Here’s some help with planning how to host overnight visitors.
With the holidays fast approaching, those accommodating family might require a little extra planning to figure out where exactly they can stay. A sofa bed can be a great dual-purpose option to help make hosting visitors a whole lot easier, all while sacrificing neither comfort nor practicality – or style to boot.
American Leather Comfort Sleeper, $5,920, from C. S. Wo & Sons
Meet the king of sofa beds. Utilizing the Tiffany 24/7 patented platform system, this sofa bed actually manages to provide more mattress while taking up less floor space than a conventional sofa bed. It also utilizes solid wood support under the mattress instead of bars and springs, making it the perfect luxury option.
Dolce Lounger by Diamond Sofa, $999, from Red Knot
Quick and easy, simply take off the removable nonskid back cushions and you have yourself a bed in seconds! Also, the Dolce modular system allows for complete customization. You can add an additional lounger to transform your sofa into a sectional — or really any other potential configuration you can think of.
Natuzzi Valerio, $1,899, from HomeWorld Furniture
The traditional sofa look, with a twist. This 2-seat sofa bed features a denim fabric that gives the couch a unique feel, while also helping to make it much easier to maintain and keep clean than other materials.
Natuzzi Garbo, $3,519, from HomeWorld Furniture
This sofa bed is the definition of versatile, featuring spacious storage alongside a comfortable memory foam roll out mattress. And, you can pull out the mattress without having to remove any cushions.
Jonathan Lewis Sleepy Twin Sleeper Chair, $1,259, from HomeWorld Furniture
This sleeper chair by Jonathan Lewis opens up into a comfortable twin-sized bed, a great option for those with limited space.