Published at Friday, 11 October 2019. Sofas & Couches. By Beatrice Genova.
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.
The daybed was the most popular and common kind of sofa in the 17th century. Especially into the 19th century the sofa, couch, or lounge bed was often thought of as a ladies lounging seat. However, reverting back further in history, men would often lounge as they ate or relaxed, and the women would stand or sit in chairs. As a matter of fact, it was not until the industrial era that sofas began to appear eventually in the homes of more and more common people. Soon it became so that virtually everyone, singles, couples, and / or whole families, would acquire at least one sofa for their home.
To avoid this, measure your room and the relevant doorways and draw up a scale plan, including major items of furniture. Use the plan to determine what size and configuration of chairs and sofas best suits the room.
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