Lazy boy sofa bed bridges the gap between the living and sleeping area, which offers seating for the day and a comfortable bed at night for child. This versatility is useful in rooms that serve more than one purpose, such as a child bedroom who moonlights as a guest bedroom. Takes up less space than a lazy boy sofa bed which must be extended to a bed. An integrated nightstand can do double duty as an end table during the day.
Make the lazy boy sofa bed with standard twin-sized and fitted sheets. Choose a color that matches the quilt and bed skirt. Fresh white sheets are a safe choice, especially if you plan to change the color or pattern on the outside of the bed sheets frequently. Add a quilt, blanket, quilt or bedspread. Choose one that falls almost to the floor, or to add a bed skirt to hide the bed platform and frame. Some home stores offer complete linen sets of couches, making it easy to coordinate litter.
Cover several large cushions or pillows with shams that match or coordinate with the quilt. Lean them against the wall along the back of the chaise. Use enough pillows to provide a comfortable backrest along the lazy boy sofa bed. Place a reading lamp, a clock, a box of tissues, telephone and other useful items on the bedside table for use at any time of day. If there is room, add a decorative element, such as a small flower arrangement, a framed photograph or a work of art.