Transformers: Daybeds go Double

We always like furniture that takes up less space and serves multiple functions. This daybed folds out from a very comfortable twin to make a full double bed when you have, um, guests. I once worked on the design like this and we knicknamed it the "get lucky bed". There is nothing particularly green about this version's construction but the idea is so simple and the price reflects it at $ 749.

We are seeing more and more of this kind of design as people adapt to smaller spaces. We just wish more of it was made from sustainable materials. Other than Roomy, is anyone thinking green?

Picture of it in double mode below the fold. ::CB2 via ::Productdose

after preparing this post we found another that we like even better:

THE HUMBLE SLEEPER gets a makeover with Luca Scacchetti’s Easy Sleep, whose leather welting and contrasting fabric are traits more reminiscent of a fashionable jacket than a sofa sleeper. A durable polyurethane foam core allows for comfortable sleeping, while a series of side buttons are as much about stability (they can be looped together while in sofa form) as they are about style.


::Padstyle

Tags: Less Is More | Living With Less | Transformer Furniture