Black Tufted Chesterfield Sofa Bed by Per Weiss

There are lots of sofas out there and each one of them is unique. Today we’re going to take a look at a fresh design, more exactly at the Chesterfield Sofa Bed. This new and contemporary piece of furniture features a minimalistic design, as most contemporary designs do. Still, it’s quite different from most of them.

The Chesterfield Sofa Bed has been designed by Per Weiss in 2011. It’s a beautiful and very simple piece of furniture and it was designed for modern and contemporary homes. It’s easy to mix and match with a variety of different styles. It’s great for small homes but not necessarily as it can be used as a comfy sofa during the day and as a cozy bed during the night in case you have guests staying over the night or simply if you use the living room as an extra bedroom. Even though the Chesterfield sofa bed has a new design it has a strong heritage.

It’s actually a new version of the popular Splitback design but it became an independent item. The sofa bed features wooden legs and upholstery with pocket springs and foam. It’s covered with elegant black leather. And just in case you want to match the sofa with something similar, you can opt for the Oldschool chair that can be used to create a lounge corner when paired with the sofa.



Published by in Sofa and Chair, on December 15th, 2011

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