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Alure 2 Seat Sofa Bed (63.4")

176 reviews
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$1,479.00
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$1,479.00
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$1,579.00
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Oslo 2 Seat Sofa Bed (65")

120 reviews
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$1,199.00
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$1,199.00
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$1,339.00
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Ardina 2 Seat Sofa Bed (83.5")

53 reviews
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$1,499.00
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$1,499.00
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$1,599.00
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Coda 2 Seat Sofa Bed (55.5")

107 reviews
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$939.00
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$939.00
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$979.00
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Blaine 2 Seat Sofa Bed (72")

77 reviews
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$2,049.00
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$2,049.00
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$2,149.00
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Alna Chair Sleeper (36.5")

49 reviews
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$649.00
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$649.00
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$699.00
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Single Mattress Topper (36.2")

5 reviews
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$299.00
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$299.00
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$299.00
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Noble 2 Seat Sofa Bed (72.8")

61 reviews
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$2,099.00
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$2,099.00
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$2,249.00
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Napa Armless Sofa Bed (55.9")

15 reviews
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$1,149.00
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$1,149.00
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$1,099.00
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Sidney 2 Seat Sofa Bed (74")

26 reviews
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$2,099.00
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$2,099.00
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$2,349.00
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Bamton Armless Sofa Bed (59.8")

13 reviews
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$1,489.00
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$1,489.00
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$1,429.00
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Luna 3 Seat Sofa Bed (87.5")

16 reviews
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$1,599.00
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$1,599.00
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$1,749.00
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Frequently Asked Questions

A sofa bed integrates the features of both a sofa and a bed, providing a versatile furniture solution. With its dual-purpose functionality, it effortlessly converts from a couch to a bed and back again. Designed primarily for use in compact living spaces where there's limited room for a traditional bed, sofa beds are available in diverse styles and designs, offering a range of mattress options including standard foam and memory foam. The mechanism for transforming the sofa into a bed differs across models, with some utilizing a pull-out design and others employing a fold-down mechanism.

The functionality of sofa beds encompasses both a comfortable seating option during the day and a supportive sleeping surface at night. To meet these needs effectively, they must possess a strong framework capable of supporting the sleeper's weight. Thus, it's common for sofa beds to have a firmer construction compared to regular sofas.

Additionally, sofa beds often have a metal frame that provides support for the mattress. This metal framework also adds to the firmness of the sofa bed, making it a sturdier and more dependable option.

Furthermore, due to the specialized design of sofa beds, the mattress must be foldable and sufficiently compact to fit within the sofa's frame. This frequently leads to the mattress being thinner compared to a regular one. To make up for this reduced thickness, the sofa bed's structure must be strengthened.

Utilizing a sofa bed for nightly rest is possible, but its comfort and feasibility depend on various factors. The first factor to assess is the quality of the sofa bed itself. Not all sofa beds are manufactured equally, and some may possess a thin or uncomfortable mattress, leading to discomfort and sleep disruptions. Thus, selecting a premium-quality sofa bed tailored for frequent use is crucial.

When evaluating the quality of a sofa bed, it's essential to consider various factors, but specific key indicators can help guide the assessment. Primarily, the materials used in constructing the sofa bed are crucial in determining its quality. Additionally, analyzing its mechanism provides another layer of insight into the sofa bed's quality.

The overall layout and execution of the sofa bed can offer valuable clues about its quality. Premium sofa beds are meticulously engineered, featuring precise detailing, seamless construction, and refined aesthetics.

Finally, it's crucial to assess the warranty provided by the manufacturer of the sofa bed. A quality sofa bed typically offers an extended and thorough warranty, ensuring coverage for any defects or damages that may occur with regular use.

Consider enhancing comfort by investing in a deluxe mattress topper or pad. Additionally, the frame and mechanism are key factors in determining the comfort level of sofa beds. Opt for sofa beds with sturdy frames constructed from hardwood or metal, and mechanisms that ensure smooth transitions between sofa and bed.

You can elevate their comfort with accessories and embellishments. Including throw pillows, blankets, or a plush duvet can craft a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

A standard sofa bed typically ranges in length from 70 to 96 inches and has a depth of 36 to 40 inches, while its width is determined by whether it's a twin, full, queen, or king size. The average weight of a sofa bed typically falls between 140 and 200 pounds. Some sofa beds may offer additional features such as reclining backs, storage compartments, and built-in USB ports. Materials used in manufacturing sofa beds vary, with choices including leather, suede, cotton, and polyester blends. The versatility of sofa beds makes them a practical option for individuals with limited space or who frequently entertain guests.

Sofa beds are available in various sizes to cater to diverse needs and fit into different living spaces. The standard sizes usually include twin, full, queen, and king.

Spaze offers an array of sofa beds, but some models shine as top picks. The "Sleeper Sofa Bed" leads the pack, offering versatility suited to any residence. Another sought-after option is the "Convertible Sofa Bed," ideal for optimizing living space. Lastly, the timeless appeal of the "Futon Sofa Bed" makes it a favored selection for those seeking both practicality and comfort.

The comfort level of sleeping on a sofa bed is contingent upon its dimensions. Typically, sofa beds are offered in sizes from twin to queen, with the possibility of larger options. In instances where the sofa bed is larger, two individuals should find sleeping reasonably comfortable.

For maximum comfort and support, a sofa bed requires a mattress.

Generally, most sofa beds are structured to fit a mattress no thicker than 6 inches. This is to prevent any difficulties in closing the sofa bed properly or potential damage to the mechanism used to operate it.

When selecting a sofa bed for purchase, there are several critical factors to take into account. Foremost among them is considering the primary function that the sofa bed will serve.

In terms of mattress quality, look for a sofa bed equipped with a durable, comfortable mattress that provides ample support for a rejuvenating night's rest. Also, take into consideration the mattress dimensions - most sofa beds come with either a full or queen-sized mattress, so select accordingly for your guests' comfort.

Additionally, when selecting a sofa bed, it's crucial to consider the overall design and appearance. Opt for a design that enhances the current décor of your living area, offering both utility and visual appeal.

If you're considering a mid-range sofa bed, budget between $1,000 and $2,000 for one of good quality. These options typically offer better construction, more comfortable seating and sleeping options, and a wider variety of upholstery and design choices.

For those looking for luxury, high-end sofa sleepers can be found starting at $3,000. These options typically highlight top-tier materials, sophisticated construction techniques, and various premium features including built-in storage, reclining options, and more.