With a simple glance, you can appreciate how the Iceland Sofabed would make a comfy place to sleep. Looking rather like a futon, the Ellen Berger piece has a large mattress-like cushion that might be wide enough to accommodate two guests snugly. You just need to move the backrest out of the way.
The maple armrests can actually pivot forward, taking the rear support with them. Rotate the backrest all the way to the floor in front of the chesterfield and you'll discover the wooden panel that covers its underside. This can be lifted up, revealing a slender storage compartment that houses your extra linens and pillows. With the timber lid replaced, this part of the Iceland Sofabed functions as a lengthy sort of bedside table.
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