Sleeper Sofas, Pull Out Sofa Beds
Aberdeen Chocolate Sleeper
Aberdeen Platinum Sleeper
Ansel Park Brown Sleeper
Azura Beige Sleeper
Baycliffe Brown Sleeper
Baycliffe Smoke Sleeper
Chesapeake Mocha Sleeper Sofa
Cindy Crawford Home Beachside Blue Sleeper
Cindy Crawford Home Beachside Blue Sleeper Sofa
Cindy Crawford Home Beachside Green Sleeper
Cindy Crawford Home Bellingham Chocolate Sleeper
Cindy Crawford Home Bellingham Hydra Sleeper
Cindy Crawford Home Bellingham Platinum Sleeper
Cindy Crawford Home Bellingham Vanilla Sleeper
Cindy Crawford Home Coconut Bay Ivory Sleeper
Cindy Crawford Home Hadly Beige Sleeper
Cindy Crawford Home Hadly Gray Sleeper
Cindy Crawford Home Montclair Cardinal Sleeper
Cindy Crawford Home Montclair Hydra Sleeper
Cindy Crawford Home Montclair Indigo Sleeper
Cindy Crawford Home Montclair Platinum Sleeper
Cindy Crawford Home Montclair Slate Sleeper
Cindy Crawford Home Montclair Vanilla Sleeper
Cindy Crawford Home Newport Cove Indigo Sleeper
Cindy Crawford Home Newport Cove Peat Sleeper
Cindy Crawford Home Newport Cove Slate Sleeper
Cindy Crawford Home Newport Cove Vanilla Sleeper
Cindy Crawford Home Park Boulevard Beige Sleeper
Cindy Crawford Home Park Boulevard Blue Sleeper
Cindy Crawford Home Park Boulevard Gray Sleeper
Cindy Crawford Home Sunny Isles Blue Sleeper
Cindy Crawford Home Sunny Isles Natural Sleeper
Cottage Shore White Sleeper
Cypress Gardens Blue Sleeper
Cypress Gardens Gray Sleeper
How to Choose a Sleeper Sofa
When you want the best for your overnight guests, consider investing in one of these sleeper sofas. Entertain on the stylish sofa during the day, and then transform your living room into a cozy guest room by unfolding the hidden bed at night. These sleeper sofas come in every color and texture to complement any home decor. The hideaway mattresses range from plush to firm and are sure to soothe your company into restful sleep.
Size and Budget
Sleeper sofas range in size from twin to king. To avoid moving furniture around every time you need to use the bed, allow for plenty of space in your room for the sofa to open up. Additionally, keep in mind that these pieces are heavy and difficult to move because they contain bedframes. Pick a spot for your couch that will work for years to come.
In tiny spaces, loveseat or chair beds with twin mattresses may be the best fit. For a little more room, models with full-size mattresses also work great in apartments. These pieces comfortably fit one guest, though they may also accommodate two in a pinch. For those using sleeper sofas nightly, standard, three-seat sofas with queen mattresses are the most popular choice. This option is comfortable for one person or can easily handle two guests.
Mattress & Couch Styles
Sleeping on a pull-out bed doesn't mean you have to sacrifice comfort. Manufacturers produce sleeper sofa mattresses that are comparable to those purchased for traditional bedroom sets. Innerspring mattresses are a common choice to provide back support, while memory foam mattresses have thick layers of plush foam for maximum softness. Inflatable airbeds are also popular because of their easy storage. For the best of both worlds, try an air-coil hybrid mattress that offers a traditional innerspring model topped with an airbed. Foam toppers or other comfort-enhancing options exist for most mattress types.
Sleeper sofas may also store their mattresses differently. Futon-style couches feature one cushion atop metal or wooden frames that recline to create a flat sleeping surface. Pull-out style pieces, in which the bi-fold mattress is stored within a standard sofa are more common. Mattresses for this style of couch usually fold away for storage underneath the seat cushions.
When choosing a sleeper sofa, be sure to test the folding mechanisms. A good quality sleeper sofa should lift up and out in a smooth motion. Lock down bars ensure proper closing and easy opening. The pull out sleeper bed frame will typically be metal. You’ll want to check it for sturdiness. As with any sofa, the most desirable sofa frame material is kiln dried hardwood, as it is durable and least likely to warp or snap.