Published at Friday, 11 October 2019. Sleeper Sofas. By Beatrice Genova.
Including a futon in a guest room, living room, den, or any room in the house is a spectacular way to provide both style, comfort, and a multi-functional sitting and sleeping option for company as well as overnight guests. While a futon is a great choice for any room in the house, it is particularly useful and appealing when used/needed in a highly visible area of your home or apartment such as a living room, den, or home office. It is an ideal choice for those who wish to use the furniture frequently for both sitting and sleeping mainly because of its easy-to-operate and change from sitting to sleeping position nature as well as its look, appeal, and style.
Another big advantage of a futon as compared to a day bed is that if placed in a living room or den, a futon certainly looks the part of a couch or sofa more than a day bed due to its construction and style. Additionally, it is a cost-effective choice/option, typically falling on the lower end of the price scale when compared to both sleeper sofas and day beds. Part of the reason for its value and inexpensive price point lies in its simple but sophisticated construction.
Sleeper sofas are great for small apartments, such as studios where everything is in one room. Renters can have a sofa during the day and a bed at night. This is possible without having to purchase 2 separate pieces of furniture.
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