Say no more to dull modern sleeper sofas! These attractive designs of sleeper sofas are ideal to show in your living spaces and expansive enough to sleep there whenever you want. With plenty of styles, it’s not difficult to have your dream sleeper sofa that will give you a good quality sleep. Take a look at these designs below!
Modern Sleeper Sofas in Daybed Style
Yes, it’s compact in design, but daybed might not be the most flexible to have around. However, Emil Højfeldt and Per Weiss have proved that it’s not the case anymore. Through this Dulox daybed, the two emphasized that a daybed isn’t only functioned as a great sofa alternative, but also as a cozy spacious sleeping space.
There’s also this modern sleeper sofa design from Dering Hall called Twilight Sleeper Sofa. It appears more like a daybed with roll-shaped back and missing armrest, but it can be converted into a sofa with its cushion seat and platform.
Extraordinary Sleeper Sofa Designs
Called Puzzle Wood, the sleeper sofa was created by Andreas Lund, Flemming Højfeldt, and Per Weiss in 2004. It has an unusual look with the bench-like back showcasing airy vibe. When flattened out, the sofa is quite spacious to lie down, sleep, and sprawl in any style you want.
In this sleeper sofa design by Adrien Rovero, you can see a caterpillar-like sofa with the green color that emphasizes the look more when it expands and stretches. Known as Slash Sofa, the furniture can be extended and folded thanks to the multiple sections. However, people with sensitive back might want to stay away from it due to its uniform surface.
Modern Sleeper Sofas in Futon Style
Even futons can look good when they function as these modern sleeper sofas. For example, this futon-like sleeper sofa designed by Claude Brisson wouldn’t ruin your interior design. Called Multy, the sleeper sofa works as a bed, sofa, and a chaise lounge with its cushion appearing like a folded futon.
Prefer a retro futon look? Conic Sleeper Sofa from Zuo could be your option. The brilliant design allows the sleeper sofa to hide the similar metallic front legs to support the futon mattress. It may look old-fashion, but it’s still appealing though its mid-century modern aesthetic design.