The space! It's always the space ... In Decoesphere We do not stop wondering how to make the space spread more, so that a piece of furniture has multiple functions and can take advantage of it at all times. I guess what I bring you today would fall into this category: it's about doing a sofa joining two beds individual
The truth is that the subject does not have much mystery, but I bring it up so you can see several examples of what I tell you. This solution is a classic two-bedroom house and more than one child who must share the same space. If you have enough surface to put two beds, you may prefer to have them all day outside before a trundle bed (which in general can scratch the floor when you take them out every day). As you can see in the image that heads this post, one solution is square them, doing like two chaise longues. Of course, it is essential to put many cushions because if you are going to use them on the couch, comfort is lost if you have to lie back too far.
Notice how they put the cover up to the foot of the bed So the true function of this furniture at night is not appreciated. This idea suits you for a living room that has to be a guest room when necessary, since I don't see very useful for a daily bed.
On these lines, you have another example of two beds followed put resulting in two sofas separated by a structure. In this case there are two separate environments so that the brothers have independence and can play freely if they want to do it alone. To me this example does not fill me much, the truth because it does not contribute much more to what they would have achieved with a trundle bed.
In contrast, in this image they have achieved a broad environment with the same elements. Regardless of the central division, they have created a large sofa that covers both beds (which are nest, so that up to four people can sleep). I also think the white wood on the beds that protects the wall so that it does not get stained is a success.
What is your favorite idea? Do you have this type of bed in your house? How have you placed them?