The room still has a ways to go before it's truly comfortably guest-ready, but it's functional!
IKEA Hagalund sofa bed, closed and opened. It's pretty comfy, and the cushions fold up with a cool zipper feature to make it look seamless. Bonus: storage under the seat!
Can't wait to finish the room now...no more living room air mattress for guests at Chez Rohrer!
Ha! It is cozy (code for small) :) It's a little like a storage room, but it is cozy.ReplyDelete
Sometimes you have to go with what works - and that works. I love when I find that perfect piece. Love Ikea for always seeming to have that perfect little something.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Jamie. It's true, IKEA is very good at "that perfect little something" :) Thanks for reading and commenting!ReplyDelete
its a gud idea but not new !!ReplyDelete
Liking the storage bonus!!ReplyDelete
Multi function is always goodReplyDelete
Me too! It *just* fits a comforter and two pillows. If I break out the vacuum seal space bag, I bet I can fit a lot more in there though...ReplyDelete
Especially in small spaces!ReplyDelete
That's all you need, I use a trunk like storage for that kinda stuff .rather store it like so!ReplyDelete
I would love to have space for a cool trunk to hold this kind of stuff! I get so excited when I see them at antique fairs and whatnot, but alas, no room!ReplyDelete
Room is a key factor!ReplyDelete
It's right up there next to "money" :)ReplyDelete
Hmm..yes that would be up there! Money to build more rooms for more stuff like?ReplyDelete
Haha, I suppose so.ReplyDelete
Unless there is no room for more roomsReplyDelete
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You're using it right now! If you have questions about putting it on your own site/blog, go to disqus.com :)ReplyDelete
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Wao Very Nice Home.ReplyDelete