Chic and stylish – this sofabed with chaise is perfect for the hidden spare room

Dreams do come true! A sofabed that looks good, converts easily to a bed, and best of all, is super comfy for sleeping and lounging? Yes, please. And this style includes hidden storage or a moveable chaise that can be used on either the left or right side. Don’t be surprised if your guests are going to want to book a stay with you again soon. You may want to consider setting up a reservation desk.

Tessaro Chaise Sofa with Pop-Up Bed is shown above in charcoal.


Pull out the loveseat base of the sofa to create a large sleeping space for guests.


Lift up the handle of the chaise for extra storage for blankets, pillows
or anything else you want hidden away.


The 102-inch-wide sofa can accommodate the family, including a chaise where one member can stretch out fully.

From home office to hostess with the mostest

Sofabeds aren’t often used in living rooms or family rooms. But they do work well in a room that can switch gears into a spare room, such as a home office. Toronto décor consultant, Paola Taffo, offers these tips to create a functional and inspirational workspace in your den or guest room:

  1. Make it colourful: Brighten up neutral walls with vibrant touches of purple and yellow using artwork, accessories and office supplies.
  2. Multitask: Try a desk that can double as a console table. Or, a coffee table with a lift-top that can turn into a work space. And a dining chair that can be used as your desk chair. Ensure there’s enough room for task lighting.
  3. Optimize storage solutions: Use some of your travel souvenirs and decorative
    objects to stash office supplies. It’s an easy way to limit clutter.

If you liked that…

Then you might like this sofabed, which is all kinds of genius.

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