Roundup: Sleeper Sofas

Roundup: Sleeper Sofas

Adrienne Breaux
Nov 17, 2008

We're what, T-minus ten days until the kick-off of the holiday season? If you've got some holiday guests looming on the horizon and have been wondering where you were going to put them all (no, no one likes sleeping on an air mattress) we've rounded up 5 sleeper sofas that look as good folded up as they do folded into a bed. More after the jump!

One Night Stand from Blu Dot $1799 While the price tag on this one is expensive, you have to admit that at first glance it doesn't give the impression of a sleeper sofa at all. Available in red and gray, it's a modern answer to that question we're always asking "where can I find a good-looking sofa bed?".

GRANKULLA/ MASSUM from Ikea $128. Not quite an entire sofa and extraordinarily affordable, this product solves your problem of needing extra seating and a guest bed all in one.

Sofa Bed from BoConcept $949 Also a sneaky sofa bed option. Great-looking modern couch during the day, and at night the back folds down to create a nice guest bed.

Ottoman with sleeping function from BoConcept $569 While pricey, this is perhaps BoConcept's secret weapon in the battle for small space options. Incredibly, a small cot fits inside the ottoman that with a cover can also be used as extra seating or a coffee table. The choice of the frame cover fabric can affect the price.

IKEA PS HÅVET from Ikea $499 So, this one's pretty obviously a sofa bed, but it is affordable, and does complete the mission of providing a guest bed for all of your holiday visitors.

What's your favorite hidden sofa bed/guest sleeping solution? Let us know!

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