By Auriane Neri. Sleeper Sofa. Published at Thursday, April 19th, 2018 - 02:19:44 AM.
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's 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.
As they don't have to buy both a sofa AND a bed, they can afford to spend more money buying a better quality sofa bed. With the addition of sleeper sofas, there is no need to buy both pieces of furniture. That is why this is one of the most versatile and useful furniture items anyone can own. The comfort of these sleepers has vastly improved throughout the years. Now there are actual futons that boast quality mattresses that act as both sofas when seating is needed and beds when needed for overnight guests. The comfort is not the only thing that has improved about sofa sleepers. They now come in sizes of twin or single, double and queen to fit the needs of everyone.
Most people have encountered the problem of trying to get large, bulky sleeper sofas into a small space at one time or another. Sometimes the problem is not the space itself. A small elevator, sharp turn or narrow set of steps can also make putting a sleeper sofa in a specific area impossible. Sleeper sofas provide a home owner with many fantastic options so it is disappointing when these problems arise. The good news is that there are sleeper sofas now on the market that can be fit into the most difficult spaces on the planet. These sleepers, in fact, are guaranteed to fit into any space.
Everyone likes to own great and comfy furniture within their home. On occasion you see some home furniture in a friend's household or perhaps in a magazine as well as a similar thing in the market place, but the same thing won't appear wonderful in your home. The reason being, the piece was not designed for the inside of your home.
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