Eden Convertible Sleeper Sofa

Great for the occasional guest

(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

Feb 7, 2013

By Doghouse Occupant

from Palo Alto, CA

Style: Mid-century modern

Pros: Well made, Cushions hold shape, Great design

Best Uses: Small spaces

Customer comments about Eden Convertible Sleeper Sofa:

This is a very versatile, attractive and compact piece of furniture - perfect for where I'm using it, as a couch in a media room that doubles as a guest room.

For sleeping: Folded down, the surface is not very large (44" wide is between the standard 39" twin and 54" full) so it's really not suitable for 2 adults, but works great for 1.

For sitting: The cushions are very firm, so it's not super-comfortable to sit on for long periods of time on its own. We've mitigated that by using pillows and by using the seat in the reclined position.

Best feature: The three cushions can each be individually put into three positions - upright, reclined and down for sleeping. This gives a lot of options for how it looks (almost day bed / chaise-ish) as well as how it can be used (upright for reading, reclined for watching TV in the slouchy position, and sleeping of course).

I also like its legs, which make the sofa match our other mid-century modern pieces quite nicely; and its overall sturdiness (the underlying frame that connect to the legs looks like some form of powder coated metal).

I live in a: House

bottom line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend