When it's time for you to replace your sofa, you have the perfect opportunity to replace it with one that will serve you even better than the one you currently have has served you up until this point. If you don't already have a sleeper sofa, then this might be something to think about. Before you can decide if you should choose this type of sofa, read this information.
Sleeper Sofas Look and Feel Like a Regular Sofa
You might have some concerns over whether people will be able to tell by the look or the feel of the sofa that it is a sleeper sofa. The way in which sleeper sofas are designed allows them to look just as nice as other sofas and there will be no noticeable signs indicating that there is a bed hidden underneath the surface. Also, a good-quality sleeper sofa will be just as comfortable as a comfortable sofa that's not a sleeper.
Sleeper Sofas Are Great for Dual-Use Spaces
Whether you have a studio apartment where your living room is also your bedroom or you have a home office that occasionally gets used as a guest room, a sleeper sofa can help you to have more space when you need it and even conceal one of the uses of that space. For example, if you do have a studio apartment, then you can keep your sleeper sofa out at night and any days you want to lie around and aren't expecting company. However, when you have company coming over, you can put the sleeper away, put the cushions in place, and your company might not even realize you don't have a bedroom behind a door in the apartment.
Sleeper Sofas Can Be Good for Shared Bedrooms
If two people share a bedroom in your home and there need to be separate beds in the room for them, then a sleeper sofa may be a fantastic selection. The sleeper can be pulled out each night and used as the second bed. However, each morning it can quickly and very easily be transformed back into a sofa, so the two people will have plenty of space in the bedroom again. More good news is that light bedding can even be folded right up into the sofa, so the person won't have to worry about needing to remake the whole bed all over again each night.