Shape-shifting sofas to to catch some z’s
In tight quarters, making the most of the space you have isn’t always easy. These sofa beds are designed to optimize space and functionality without compromising on style.
Leather straps hint at the Alesso Sleeper Sofa’s safari theme. When unbuckled, the sofa bed’s chenille-soft cushion unfolds to reveal a foam mattress that comfortably sleeps two. $4,299, at CB2.
A snug fit for small and narrow spaces, the Shelter Petite Daybed is as much a stylish seating solution as it is a cozy place to rest your head. In just the right size to frame a living room window or gallery wall, it makes an ideal statement piece for modern, maximalist interiors. From $1,649, at West Elm.
DAY TO NIGHT
Classic button-tufting and a clean frame give the Blaze sofa bed its elegant appearance. Under the seat cushions, a double- or queen-size bed reveals more than meets the eye. $1,998, at The Chesterfield Shop.
The Chameleon sofa bed comes with two non-slip moveable backrests that turn this small-space-friendly furniture piece into a multifunctional love seat or daybed. Purchase a second to craft a sectional or king-sized bed for overnight guests. $899, at Structube.
Designed by Stefano Spessotto for Calligaris, the Convert sofa bed unassumingly doubles as a spacious sleeper. A clever and supportive backrest rotates to reveal the opening mechanism. It’s also incredibly versatile, made to order in an array of textiles and armrest sizes. From $5,177, at Calligaris.