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Our comfy sleeper sofa easily converts to a twin bed for sleepovers. Now whether your kids and their friends actually sleep is another story. Clean, effortless design fits into any space or décor.
Twin Sleeper Sofa 52"Wx35"Dx33"H
- Mattress is allergy-free, odor-free and mildew resistant
- Handmade in the USA
- More colors available
Show 'em what you're made of
- Reinforced, kiln-dried wood frame
- Double-wrapped soft foam core cushions for maximum loft and comfort
- Core is encased in a synthetic, non-woven ticking to ensure proper wear and prevent shifting
- Stock Plus orders will have legs in Flannel finish
- Fold-out features steel-reinforced frame
- Mortise and tenon frame construction joinery
- Flexolator spring suspension
- 5.5" Innerspring mattress has 184 coils
- Mattress measures 36" x 72"
- Dee Dee - 100% Woven Cotton. Cotton is resilient, comfortable, and strong and has proven itself countless times to be a superior upholstery fiber
- Talbot – 92% Polyester, 8% Linen. Linen adds to the drapability of the fabric, as well as its natural yarn look. Laundered to insure its softness
- View – 100% Polyester Microvelvet. Soft to the touch, lustrous look with all the durability of microfiber
- Back and cushion fibers are recyclable
- Cushion foam is 20% plant based (an environmentally friendly source)
- Wood frame materials come from certified "Sustainable Forest Initiative" companies that recycle 100% of lumber waste
- Wood legs are stained with water-based finishes
- All metal components consist of at least 95% recycled materials
At The Land of Nod, nothing is more important to us than providing safe, high-quality products to you and your family. We believe that kids’ products should be able to handle everything kids throw their way (literally and figuratively). That’s why all of our products have an 18-year quality guarantee. And, hopefully, your kids will no longer be sleeping in bunk beds by then.
Goat to the door and find out!