Have you been looking for a way to provide a place to sleep for last minute or out of town guests that doesn't take up a lot of space. Well, the latest DWR catalog arrived in the mail yesterday, and the Soto sleeper chair instantly caught my attention:
After looking at the picture, I spotted the chair’s $3,300 price tag and quickly closed the catalog. No offense to the designers or the wonderful folks at DWR (it really is an attractive piece of furniture), but $3,300 is way out of my price range.
Sleeper chairs are fantastic additions in small spaces because they work double duty as seating and guest accommodations. One of these multitaskers in a living room or office is perfect when you don’t have a guest room or space for a larger sofa sleeper. I have been considering getting one so that when family or friends spend the night, I won't have to make them sleep on the floor, and it can provide a comfortable space to sit and read the rest of the time.
A little more in line with my price range are:
For $130, Target has a single sleeper:
For $20 more ($150), Target has a sleeper lounge chair:
JCPenny has the Sleepy sleeper chair for $500 that is available in nine different upholstery options:
And, for $1,000, is the sleek Vincent twin sleeper from CB2:
You don’t have to spend $3,300 or add a spare room onto your home to increase the number of sleeping accommodations you have to offer guests — a sleeper chair might be all you need for your small space.
Let me know your ideas on saving space on sleeping arrangements. I would love to hear from you. In the meantime, have a great week.