There are basically three types of chair which convert to beds; the futon chair bed, foam chair bed and the armchair bed. There all have advantages and disadvantages. Below is a quick guide to get you started and help you establish what you should be looking for.
This is really like a small sofa bed, and it does take up quite a bit of space, even as a chair. As an armchair it is well padded and comfortable. As a bed it is a good nights sleep. The mattress, although thin, is supported in on a mesh which is held to a metal frame with springs, creating a cushions and comfortable nights sleep. It does however come at a price and is the most expensive option. These do tend to last very well, so if you look at it as an investment, it is a sensible one to make.
The other use for their chairs was for when friends came to stay. I am fully aware of the fact that when my kids have friends over to stay that I am the least welcome person in their room. Hence I had to make sure that they could prepare the beds themselves. This is where the foam chair bed comes into its own. They can do it all themselves. I never expect it to be made up properly like a bed. I simply give the kids a plain sheet, a pillow and a sleeping bag. Then when everyone is ready for bed my sons simply have to unfold the chair bed, place a sheet on top, and throw on a pillow and sleeping bag; how much easier could life be?
Before you choose an furniture for a room you need to estimate how much it will be used as a bed and how much it will be used as a chair. Next look at where you want to place it and how much space you can allocate. Finally review what is available within your budget.
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