Published at Sunday, May 26th 2019. by Giovanna Cusanelli in Sleeper Sofas.
Hi, homeowners! What are the types of 'sofa beds'?
'Click clack' 'sofa beds' are named to reflect the way you use it: click the top to the front, then release the back to form a sleeping surface that is parallel to the chair. They're easy to use, and there's not much difference between their size when setting up as a sofa or a bed ‐ideal for small spaces ‐best for occasional use.
'Foam fold out' sofa beds are made from sections of foam that fold together to create a seat, or out flat to make a bed. Affordable and high for occasional guests, they're the most basic type of sofa bed. Because they're just made from layered foam, they're easy to set up and fold away.
'Platform' or 'trundle'. Because of their design ‐the base slides out to reveal a flat sleeping surface ‐trundle sofa beds are super comfortable to set up, and there's no cushion rearranging required. Most will have disappeared storage space, too ‐win-win ‐best for occasional use.
'3‐part metal action' sofa beds are set on a strong metal frame. Three simple actions turn this sofa bed from sitting space to sleeping space. Just remove the back and seat cushions, then pull the bed out to reveal the mattress. Choose an area that has plenty of room so that the front can quickly open out. Suitable for occasional use.
'1‐part metal action'. To set up a 1‐part metal action sofa bed, you pull the frame out in a straightforward motion, which places the cushions underneath the sofa. They're about as fancy as a sofa bed can get and, even better, they're suitable for everyday use. Just remember to allow enough space in front of the sofa bed to open out into.
Which sofa bed is best for everyday use?
In general, mattresses upper 12 cm long are suitable for frequent use, with shallower beds equaling more ideal for occasional guests.
Thanks for reading!!
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