King Sofa Bed – One of the advantages of downsizing or other personnel living in a small space is that much less furniture is needed. A double bed in a living room, office or guest room can easily serve as a sofa during the day. And, also a comfortable bed at night. It is also much more comfortable than the thin mattresses, creaking sofa beds in most built-in. creatively transform your bed into a sofa, working with what you have and adding some well-selected design features.
Push your bed against the wall to create a “lap” sofa, a surface that can be safely rested against. If you have a roll-up bed or a bed frame with a headboard and footboard, “top” of the bed and “down” will serve as sides of the bed. Cover the mattress – including the bedding, if you sleep in the bed every night – with a word-length quilt as it is mounted in the corners, for a more couch-like appearance.
Add large collars or pillows game covers or coordinating fabric to create and soften the back of the sofa. And act as the armrests on one or both sides. Because a double bed is much wider than a twin. And when configured as a sofa, deeper than the seat area of a normal sofa. Add matching and coordinating cushions, and place a coffee table in front of the sofa, if space permits. Add bedside tables at one or both ends to serve as sofa-end tables, or use end tables as bedside tables.