One Night Stand Sleeper SofaPrice: $1,999.00
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It's a sleeper sofa that doesn't look like one. Sort of like a wolf in sheep's clothing. Just remove the back cushions and flip the seat forward. Voilà, instant queen-sized mattress.
Includes two rectangular accent pillows in matching color.
Available in Smoke, Persimmon, Pebble or Stone with a brushed stainless steel base.
Throw pillows pictured are sold separately. There is a 5% Blu Dot bulk freight fee on this item.
Standard Delivery is Curbside. White Glove service is available at a premium and must be requested at the time of order placement. Please contact our Sales Department for rates.Download Instructions
Material(s): Upholstery, wood, stainless steel
- 80"W X 32"D X 30"H
- Seat Height: 17"H
- Seat Depth: 22"D
- Arm Height: 23"H
- Sofa Bed: 80"W X 62"D X 11"H
Download Specifications: 1
ON1-SLEEPR-SK ON1-SLEEPR-PS ON1-SLEEPR-PB ON1-SLEEPR-ST
Very pretty but uncomfortably firm.
By: David H, Homeowner (Boston, MA)
Based upon the other reviews, perhaps I just like a softer cushion and mattress than most. I found the lines perfect for our modern condo, but would not recommend it to anyone looking for a softer sleeping mattress. Like others, we had to purchase a foam topper to make it bearable for our daughter. We just moved, and are replacing it with a more comfortable (albeit more expensive) custom sulution.
Best Looking Sleeper Sofa
By: Travis, Renter (Long Beach)
I've had this sleeper for about a month now. My girlfriend's mom slept on it for a week. We added a mattress pad to make the sofa a little more comfortable. She said she slept great on it all week. We've had another house guest for two weeks. She also says it's comfortable. No complaints. As others have stated, probably not for those looking for a super soft mattress. My only complaint is that the fabric on the couch tends to stretch and pull a little so you have to sorta smooth it out. But it looks great. Is super easy to convert to and from sofa to sleeper, and is comfy enough as either.
Terrible Fabric/Great Design
By: Joe, Homeowner (Knoxville, TN)
Dang. I really wanted to love this couch. The look and feel are great. It's definitively on the firm side but comfortable nonetheless. The main problem I have is with the fabric. This couch has been used only moderately and has already developed scuffs and staining in several areas. It's not like anything was spilled on the couch. It just naturally seems prone to show wear. An unfortunate problem with an otherwise nice couch.
No regrets, but a little too firm for some guests
By: D.S., Homeowner (New York City)
I love the look of this sofa bed and the clever fold-over design. And I find it perfectly comfortable, as I prefer a firm mattress. But visitors (mainly my own children) complained that it was too hard, so I ended up getting a cheap foam topper and then adding a better pseudo-down one. Now everyone is happy.
Great price for a stylish piece.
By: Kathy S., Homeowner (Chicago)
I looked long and hard for a sofa bed at this price point. There are very few options with this type of look that fold out to a full queen bed. The sofa seating is a little firm, but that makes for a good sleep mattress. This replaces a traditioanl bed in my college age son's room, so is a godo solution for an auxilliary bed in a room used infrequently. So far, I am satisfied with Blu Dot's value oriented solution to my needs.
Nice aesthetic, firm but comfortable
By: S.R., Renter (Wash,DC)
The sofa has a great aesthetic. It's firm but comfortable. The sleeper function is also comfortable - not the bed you would want for everyday, but fine for a few nights.
Attractive and comfortable sleeper
By: C.E., Homeowner (WI)
Nice, converts easily and seems more comfortable than a standard fold-out sofa. However, fabric is somewhat cheap looking and off-gases terribly for weeks. Still, I couldn't find anything as nice-looking at this price.
Manufacturer: Blu Dot
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