Published at Friday, 19 July 2019. Sofas & Couches. By Rigina De Stefano.
Until the 20th century the sofa or couch was the name which referred to a long, upholstered seat - one end would be inclined enough for the person lounging on it to rest his or her head. In the late, middle ages the couch almost signified a daybed, and again, we do have our modern versions of the daybed, do we not? Window seats are also very beautiful, comfortable, luxurious and simple to install.
Convertible or sleeper sofas are the perfect example of multipurpose furniture, as It is used as both sofa and bed. With homes getting smaller these days, investing in furniture which serves more than one purpose, utilizing a small portion of the floor is a no brainer. During the day the sofa proves to be a comfortable seating and with nightfall it can be converted to a bed with easy click-clack mechanism. Just push the back-support of the sofa onto the floor to get a flat full-sized bed atop a cushioning mattress. On lifting up the sofa bed, you will find a spacious storage space underneath for you to store bed sheets and pillows.
Whenever we have guest visiting and no extra bedding for the night, we often use our sofa as the bed. This can get a little uncomfortable as the sofa restricts our sleeping positions, thus giving unwanted body pain. In order to avoid such inconvenience try convertible sofas. They are basically a day couch which can be turned into an actual bed, with easy hand-held mechanism. It is a good alternative to futons and has many advantages to it.
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