Last week, I considered another sleeper sofa for the healthcare market—wondering where such a piece of furniture had been when I had had to spend an ill-fated night sleeping at a hospital (not as a patient, although those beds tend to be uncomfortable enough). This week, I get to write about another comfortable and handsome sleeper sofa for the healthcare market. As it turns out, more and more options like these are popping up—for the wellbeing of patients and their caregivers.
Retrospect 80” Sofa. Manufactured by Carolina Business Furniture.
Sleek Sleeper Sofa for Patient Rooms
The Retrospect 80” Sofa from Carolina Business Furniture accommodates hospital visitors during the day and turns into a much appreciated bed at night. With customizable options such as attached tray tables and storage drawers, Retrospect offers solutions for the specific needs of patient rooms. It’s a wonderfully adaptable piece of furniture: “The Retrospect Sleep Sofa provides a comfortable, logical seating solution during visitation hours and a clean and restful sleep surface for overnight stays.” A standard antimicrobial sleep surface also helps put minds at rest—no need to beware the bedbug!
As with all upholstered furniture from Carolina Business Concepts, there are a great multitude of fabric choices from some of the best textile companies, from Maharam to Design Tex. These options turn Retrospect into a chameleon, able to blend into any environment. Newer hospitals with more contemporary designs can choose the sleeper sofa in a mod print; medical institutions with classic tastes can opt for the safety of a neutral solid. One thing is certain: with Retrospect in patient rooms, visitors will never mourn the loss of a good night’s sleep.
About the Manufacturer: Carolina Business Furniture is based in “the heart of furniture country”: their 100,000 square foot facility is located in Archdale, NC. Carolina produces contract seating with “cutting edge designs” for customers worldwide, including the healthcare market. With more than 60 years in business, the company knows how to tailor its products for its customers’ needs. Furniture is available on a quickship basis, and solid wood frames are kiln dried for strength and durability. Additionally, Carolina keeps the healthcare market in mind: “Frame designs to support varying weights and body types offer ease and reassurance to both patients and care-givers.”