I have a very small living room and would like to add a slim sofa to it that would seat at least four adults comfortably and something to divide off the door entry without being obtrusive. It has to be slim, or else it will hit my dining room table!
My idea is based on this awesome system:
My idea: From the door, it looks like 1 1/2 of these http://ana-white.com/2010/12/e.....tch.html with a mail sort/cubbies of some kind. I like that the 'bed'/sofa is split into two sections, and I love the proportions of their L-shaped sofa. Maybe the section of the sofa that goes under the entry wall could double as a bench on the door/shoe side and be shorter than the full bed size to make the classic L-shape? An ottoman or a couple of cubes could complete the platform to make a bed?
Let me know if this makes sense, and thanks for looking. :)
oh My! wow what a project but honsetly I Love It! I think this would be a huge time investment but wow.
wow. that is awesome.
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