With a sectional sofa bed in the living room can easily add extra bed space when needed and then get out of the way to serve as a comfortable sitting area the rest of the time. Whether your children have an overnight stay or if you have an extra house guest for vacation, you can offer your guests a comfortable bed in a few minutes without overloading another family member to make room. If you live in a small apartment, a sofa bed can save your space. Sofa beds are available in a variety of styles, sizes and fabrics to match your home decor and needs. Sofa beds are provided with twin-queen beds and some are even very comfortable as well as elegant.
Convert your couch
You transform the traditional sectional sofa bed by first removing the seat cushion. When the seat cushion is turned off, you should see a metal bar across the length of the folded bed frame on the couch. Face the sofa lifts the metal bar and pulls it toward you (away from the sofa). As the bed frame comes up, out of the base of the sofa, a support bar should fall down on the floor. The bed is now half open, like the one in the picture. Walk around to the side of the exposed bed frame and lift the folded end of the bed. As you raise the foot end of the bed, another support rod should fall down.
Carefully set the support rod of the foot of the bed to the floor. If the sofa bed futon style, simply drag the base toward you until the back of the futon is laying plant create a bed. The mattress structure is similar to that in a typical bed, making it possible to use ordinary sheets. When you wake up, simply remove the bedding, raise the foot of the bed, and fold it over the middle, the support should fold automatically. Lift the remaining part of the bed and gently push it towards the base of the sectional sofa bed. The bed should slide down into the base easily due to the attached four section design of the folding frame. Replace the seat cushions on the couch.