Wayback Machine 1968: Danish Sleeper Sofa

They don't make 'em like this much anymore: we love the way this 40 year-old sofa transforms to sleep two. No wacky levered lift 'n pull system; no tiny uncomfortable mattress clumsily stuffed under the cushions -- the couch is designed to gracefully unfold from back to front, creating a comfy sleeper for two. We think it'd go great with the amazing Casulo, which puts an entire bedroom in one little box.

Hit the jump for pics of the full process from sofa to sleeper; to own a piece of the past (and, hey, 'tis better to buy second-hand than buy new) click on over and place a bid at ::eBay via ::The Mid-Century Modernist

See also: TreeHugger's ::How to Green Your Furniture Guide





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