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Old 01-11-2017, 08:25 PM   #1
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Sleeper Chairs, Twin, like sofa-sleeper?

Hi,

We were wondering if there are any reasonably priced twin-sized sleeper chairs, similar to a sleeper sofa that folds into itself, and has arms.

We were considering replacing our single jack knife sofa sleeper with two single chairs that could fold out into beds.

Anyone seen any of these that are not crazy expensive and decently comfortable?
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Check out Lazy Boy when they have their sales. Unfortunately, they just had a big one but look for more. It's a good idea if you have the room. Good luck!
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I've got a sleeper chair in my office at our S&B. Twin bed-sized sleeper chairs are quite a bit wider than a normal upholstered chair. Mine is 49 inches (arm rest to arm rest). Where a medium-sized recliner is around 35 inches. Plus you'll want some space between them, at least 6 inches.

For comparison, the queen sleeper sofa in our Bounder is 87 inches wide (arm rest to arm rest). I couldn't fit 2 sleeper chairs in the same space.

Carefully measure to be sure they'll fit in the space you have.

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I've got a sleeper chair in my office at our S&B. Twin bed-sized sleeper chairs are quite a bit wider than a normal upholstered chair. Mine is 49 inches (arm rest to arm rest). Where a medium-sized recliner is around 35 inches. Plus you'll want some space between them, at least 6 inches.

For comparison, the queen sleeper sofa in our Bounder is 87 inches wide (arm rest to arm rest). I couldn't fit 2 sleeper chairs in the same space.

Carefully measure to be sure they'll fit in the space you have.

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Thanks for the info Lori!
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Check out Lazy Boy when they have their sales. Unfortunately, they just had a big one but look for more. It's a good idea if you have the room. Good luck!
I will check them... have looked at a couple on Flexsteel only, so far. Thanks.
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We've got a chair in our S&B that is a twin hide-a-bed.
Like Lori's, it's a good bit wider than just a chair, more like a loveseat.
We got ours at one of the local furniture stores, they had several to choose from.
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Maybe something like this: IKEA Vallentuna modular
VALLENTUNA Sleeper sectional, 1-seat - Orrsta light gray - IKEA
VALLENTUNA series - IKEA


The 'sleeper' didn't work out in our remodel, but we are using the 'storage' seats instead of the 'sleeper' seats. Quality and comfort seem pretty good. Flexible modularity for size/shape configurations. Easy to get through doorway of motorhome.
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Maybe something like this: IKEA Vallentuna modular
VALLENTUNA Sleeper sectional, 1-seat - Orrsta light gray - IKEA
VALLENTUNA series - IKEA


The 'sleeper' didn't work out in our remodel, but we are using the 'storage' seats instead of the 'sleeper' seats. Quality and comfort seem pretty good. Flexible modularity for size/shape configurations. Easy to get through doorway of motorhome.
Interesting! Thanks!
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