Sleeper Seating: Top Five

Sleeper Seating: Top Five

For patient visitors that are facing the prospect of spending the night at the hospital, any one of these compact but comfortable sleeper sofas would be a most welcome sight.


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The convertible and compact Amico armchair by Carolina pulls out into a full length bed. Steel seat pans, ultra-flex spring webbed seat decks, heavy duty steel mechanisms, and solid maple exterior frames provide extra durability.

Three Lounge Sleeper by KI Healthcare

KI Healthcare‘s  Three Lounge Sleeper converts to a sleep surface with one easy pull of its patented mechanism. A compartment beneath the chair provides storage space for bedding.

Slumber Daybed by Steelcase Health

Specially designed to fit unique locations such as window alcoves, the Slumberâ„¢sleeper by Steelcase Health makes the most of every inch. All sides on Slumber sleeper seating are fully finished allowing it to do double duty as a functional room divider while ample storage is hidden underneath.

Merge Sleepover Flop by Nemschoff

The Merge Sleepover Flop by Nemschoff helps create a sense of well-being for patients by comfortably supporting family and visitors. Merge includes an integrated table, recliner and storage options that support patient room activities such as sleeping, working, entertaining, dining and socializing. Through material choices and features like a front-accessible rear locking caster system, Merge also addresses important healthcare issues such as infection control and safety.

Oasis Side Sleeper by Stance Healthcare

Comfortable, versatile and extremely accommodating, the innovative Oasis Side Sleeper by Stance Healthcare provides an attractive 2-in-1 seating/sleeping solution for overnight guests in patient rooms. The Oasis Side Sleeper – which can be specified to open to the left or the right – is ideal for small spaces unable to accommodate a typical sleep surface that pulls out into the room. This design also utilizes typically wasted spaces, such as alcoves or under window sills.

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