After rummaging through the beautiful collections by Carolina Business Furniture recently, the image of the Amico Sleeper Chair stayed with me during a fond memory of my childhood that involved a roll-out chair and a junior high sleepover. For the same reason that the Achilles child's bed had me at hello, the cave-like head space that the roll-out chair creates is downright comforting.
Amico Sleeper Chair. Manufactured by Carolina Business Furniture.
Snuggle Up into Carolina's Healthcare Seating Design with Comfortable Resolve
Upon first glance of the chair itself, it doesn't appear to be more than a cushioned armchair or, if we're going out on a limb, a recliner. That's the beauty of this compact piece. Best described by Carolina as a "sophisticated, upscale design with durable construction features and benefits", this is no updated Murphy bed. Beginning as a solid, segmented hunk of nap-able seating that aids to its extension for the evenings, the 32" wide, 37.5" deep, and 33.5" high Amico Sleeper pulls out to create an extended length of 85.5".
Roll up the Amico Sleeper Chair or stretch it out and match it to the entire series of Amico seating. Following suit, the collection contains heavy duty materials - like steel seat pans, ultra-flex spring webbed seat decks, heavy duty steel mechanisms, and solid maple exterior frames for added durability - to ensure lifelong performance. This goes without saying as Carolina ensures a lifetime warranty for the entire collection of healthcare seating for the lounge, waiting areas, and patient room settings.
Smooth edges and an ergonomic seat back go beyond the necessity of chair-turned-sleeping-quarters to achieve absolute beauty and function in the Amico Sleeper Chair by Carolina Business Furniture.
About the Manufacturer: Carolina Business Furniture has been designing and manufacturing contract seating solutions in their 100,000 square foot Archdale, NC facility for over sixty years. Reaching the needs of the growing healthcare industry - with lines like the Amico Collection - they use modular solutions and fluid collections to connect waiting areas and lounges to patient rooms in modest, contemporary wood and upholstered styles. Using various textile options that total up into the thousands, Architex, DesignTex, Maharam, Momentum and Paul Brayton are just a few options employed by their vast roster.