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www.reference.com/article/sleeper-sofa-2f8ec671320e3331

Sleeper sofas are essential when guests and small spaces collide; they transform a space and provide comfort. In 2014, Apartment Therapy claims that classic and modern sleeper sofa designs ruled with brands like Crate and Barrel, Room and Board, Blu Dot's and West Elms ...

www.reference.com/article/sleeper-sofa-brands-12a0fbc9dcf58551

Room & Board, IKEA, American Leather, Crate & Barrel, and Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams all produce sleeper sofas that made the top 10 in Apartment Therapy's Annual Guide 2015. Other manufacturers with sleeper sofas in the top 10 include La Z Boy, Urban Outfitters, Blu D...

www.reference.com/article/types-mattresses-side-sleepers-6edc5b00424f1da3

For side sleepers, softer mattresses are recommended because they conform to the natural curvature of the body while lying on the side. This type of mattress also allows the sleeper's body to sink into the mattress without putting pressure on the shoulders and hips.

www.reference.com/article/sleeper-sofas-high-quality-ratings-c95094fd15e6e850

Some of the highest-rated sleeper sofas include the Berin sleeper sofa from Room & Board, the Friheten corner sofa bed from IKEA, the Brynlee comfort sleeper from American Leather and the Willow sleeper sofa from Crate & Barrel. Another highly rated sleeper sofa is the ...

www.reference.com/article/determine-dimensions-sleeper-sofa-7b8526c107e5440b

Determine the dimensions of a sleeper sofa by taking measurements of the sofa's height, width and depth, as well as the unfolded mattress space's area. Use a tape measure to find the number of inches along the longest straight lines across the sofa's surfaces.

www.reference.com/article/leather-sofas-15d1141eedeff174

Full-grain leather is the best type of leather for sofas and other furniture, according to Overstock.com. Other types of leather commonly used in furniture are split-grain, aniline and pigmented.

www.reference.com/article/should-replace-mattress-317fb08c58cec079

There is no clear limit of the useful life of a mattress. Industry experts suggest that mattresses should be replaced every 5 to 10 years, but an investigation of mattresses' durability done by Consumer Reports found that 8-year old mattresses still kept their shape and...