Published at Friday, 11 October 2019. Sleeper Sofas. By Giovanna Cusanelli.
Sleeper Sofas are Comfortable. Most people think of the circa 1970 style sleepers with the bed springs and metal sticking into their backs when you mention sleeper sofas as an option. Anybody that ever slept on these horrible couches knows the horrors of sleeping with a bar in your back. Some of today couch sleeper are uncomfortable, but the vast majority of the options out there are light years ahead of the vision you probably have. The best sleeper sofa options out there can be found in small sofa sleepers, and are literally like sleeping on air. Air sleepers are incredible and very easy to set up as well. Sleeper sofas no longer have to be uncomfortable.
The boxy, behemoth styles of sleeper sofa beds are long gone, and currently even sectionals can be purchased in trendy designs, with sleek lines, or overstuffed, cozy models excellent for snuggles on the couch. There is a myriad of colors and fabrics to choose from, together with high end leather, for you are a lot of refined décor, and family friendly microfiber, which cleans up easily with the swipe of a humid cloth. For formal nights, football games, or family from out of town, the sectional sleeper sofa will tackle all in vogue and comfort.
Sleeper sofas have been used for many years. Known by several different terms over time, they have evolved from the heavy, usually uncomfortable beds from the 1950 to the lightweight convertible sofas that are seen everywhere today. They have been called hide-a-beds, sofa sleepers, sleeper sofas, convertible beds, and futons.
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