The Sleeper Sofa Reinvented

Most of us have either a spare bed or a pull out couch for when guest stay the night, and they are only being used a few weeks out of the year.  The rest of the year that space is being wasted or the couch is not very comfortable to even sit on. But why does it have to be this way? Let’s be honest. You have probably thought about changing that room into an office, gym or craft area. You may even have a pinterest page dedicated to it, but you need that sleeping area for when guests are in town too.

But why can’t you have both?

With the Innovation sleeper sofa you can!



What makes these sleeper sofas so comfortable is the fact that you are sitting on the mattress. There are four different types of mattress construction used (see images below):

  • Pocket Spring – 7” pocket coil mattress (left)
  • Excess Pocket Spring – 10” pocket coil mattress (left)
  • Dual Pocket Spring – 7” pocket coil mattress with a 2” pillow top (center)
  • No-Sag Spring – No-sag springs with two layers of foam (right)

There are also a few different mattress sizes across the different styles, they are all extra long:

  • Twin Wide 45-47”W
  • Full 55”W
  • Queen 63”W
Splitback sofa and chair

Splitback sofa and chair

Converting these sofas into sleepers is quick and easy. There is either a ratchet mechanism, like the Splitback sofa and chair shown above. Or it is as simple as lifting the seat up and out and flipping the back down, like the Dual Sofa with arms shown below.

Dual Sofa


Here are links to see how a few operate:



-Melanie Ormerod