Published at Monday, March 05th, 2018 - 07:04:08 AM. Convertible Sofa. By Claudine Beaulne.
A convertible sofa is a functional stylish way to make the most of your space. It can be used as a sofa throughout the day time, and then transforms into a bed for sleeping at night. This type of sofa was originally designed for apartment living which still holds true today. They are a very popular piece for smaller areas. Although they are not limited to apartments alone. Many home owners can also benefit from having a sofa bed as a part of their home decor.
But the question is how can you save energy by using these sofas? It depends, that where you live! If you are living in a warm place, avoid choosing warm material for your sofa, get soft and light material. For example if you have thick fabric like wool or suede on your sofa, it will absorb more heat and will urge you to turn on the AC or fan even if the season is not yet there. So instead of wool, leather and suede go for cotton. Cotton gives light and fresh feel in summers. And the same way in cold places, if you have heat absorbing material on your convertible sofa you can save the energy by not turning on the heater, because these warm fabrics like velvet and wool make the room look and feel warmer and cozy.
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