I loved the idea of the storage sofa! Such an easy build and I tweaked the plans to fit my needs... I used 5" high density foam, I lengthened the sofa to 84" (so I wouldn't have any wasted foam and also so my extremely tall son could stretch out on it without his feet hanging off the edge), I used a 2x8 for the box, and used 1/2" plywood for the seat because 1/4" ply was too flexible. I also made the seat with a zippered cover to encase the foam, batting, and plywood. This way, I can easily remove it to wash it. It's my favorite place to sit while I'm working!
OH MY GOSH!!!
beautiful!!! looks storebought, great job!!
Thank you so much, I appreciate it!!
very nicely done and im going to have to do this as well thanks again.
Gorgeous job! Hope mine turns out this well. How much fabric did you end up needing? I plan on making the seat cover removable as well.
Gorgeous job, I hope mine turns out as well!
Question, how much fabric did you end up using? I plan on doing the removable cushion cover as well.
It cannot be denied that storage sofa provide sufficient space to keep your various household articles and clothes. They can be perfectly used for adding storage space in small houses.
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Where did you purchase the foam? Was the $100 for just lumber costs or for the entire purchase? Thanks.
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