Cold and Flu season means one thing… I’m sick. Thanks to my germaphobe mother, I have the immune system of a bubble boy (as well as a bit of Howard Hughes paranoia-OCD, but that’s for another Sleeper of the Week).
Tempting as it sounds to stay in bed and outsource this to Bolivia (a surprisingly common practice in sleeper-sofa blog comedy) I am compelled to write this post myself, because this week’s sleeper—the Terra 3-Cushion Queen Earth Designs Sleeper by Lazar—is my own personal sleeper! The Terra is a superbly crafted, compact sofa-bed, which is great for me because I need enough room to fit the industrial-strength steam cleaner I rent every month. The clean, modern lines of the Terra will assure you that everything will be ok and that you’re not eternally bound to your past. I love it!
Lazar’s Earth Designs line uses sustainable products and packaging, so you won’t feel like you’re single-handedly bringing down civilization. Plus, you can choose from 3 custom seat-cushion options and an incredibly plush and supportive mattress. So, on sick days or those days you’re convinced you shouldn’t leave your house, you’ll have the exact kind of comfort you prefer in a sofa. Start browsing all the upholstery options in our Sleeper Design Center now; before your eyesight gives out.
Junior High. I wasn’t a fan. Are you still haunted by junior high memories? I know I am. Help relieve the pain with the Barcelona True Sectional Sleeper Sofa by Savvy. I recently bought this sectional, and it was so therapeutic for me that I’m thrilled to see it as this week’s Sleeper of the Week.
First of all, I bought it with my own money. So, sorry Coach Johnson, it looks like someone was a little more successful than you had predicted!
The large, plush cushions are like a giant blank slate, reminding me that my destiny is my own, no matter what Coach used to tell me. They’re also incredibly comfortable and supportive; unlike my basketball team when I missed that last free throw. SORRY GUYS, I was 12! The ample seating allows me to fill the sofa up with friends that are way cooler than the kids from middle school anyway. The Barcelona is offered with customizable piping, so I chose my old junior high colors to be reminded of just how far I’ve come every time I take a seat.
I love the USA. I only drive American cars, only listen to American music, and only watch American movies that are set in America. I didn’t even see Apollo 13 because too much of it happened in space. I can’t, however, resist buying Natuzzi sofas.
With they’re luxurious 100% top-grain leathers, cloud-like comfort, and superior design, it’s no wonder this Italian Company is the number one supplier of leather furniture in the United States. Even the guys down at my Star Spangled Eagles Club confessed to only buying Natuzzis. So, if you think about it, buying the B580 True Sectional Leather Sleeper of the Week is perhaps the most patriotic thing I could have done. With its ample seating, you can fit a whole slew of Patriots to partake in American activities. I think we’ll eat Pizza. God Bless the U.S!
Prague, a city that is world-renowned for being in Europe, attracts many recent college grads. Eager to discover their true selves before returning home, they excel in getting unpaid internships, and living off their parent’s dime until their late twenties. But, as they enter the next stage life–waiting in line to buy groceries, or on hold with their cable and internet providers–they think back to the magical city of Prague; full of sophisticated art, food and architecture, and how their lives then seemed like they’d be filled with adventure and whimsy.
Lucky for them, there’s the Prague II Queen Sleeper in Tess Blackberry—our Sleeper of the Week. With elegant and bold design, the Prague will turn your home into the types of paintings that hang in the galleries throughout Europe, being stared at by kids in backpacks, listening to Radiohead on their iPods and feeling invincible. After all, it is better to inspire than to be inspired.
The city of Boulder was founded in 1973 by a group of rock climbers and hacky sack pioneers, who hoped the higher elevation would yield a better crop of avocados*. When that didn’t pan out, they founded the University of Colorado.
Six years later, a team of top engineers and designers collaborated to create what we now call The Boulder Queen Sleeper Sofa by Savvy, but the project was abandoned when the university feared the sofa might be too comfortable and attractive to produce. We were able to procure the designs from one of the engineers during a poker game, and decided to bravely offer it to the public. We think you can handle the quality, comfort and superior design that come with it.