This is World Market's "Studio Day Sofa" (actually a photo of the slipcover they sell for it in "Mallard", which I guess is a color now, and not a duck. Looks teal to me).
I have one, actually - or rather, I have the frame. Long ago, back when I was newly divorced and possessed of a house with no furniture in it, I picked one of these up as a floor-model markdown for cheap. While it was fantastic for one person to sit on, it didn't make even adequate main seating. More than one person could sit on it if it was folded out (both arms lay down flat), but if one person got up, the other person was dumped onto the floor as the whole thing seesaw'd up into the air on the vacant end, since the feet are so close to the middle when folded out. Whoops.
That said, I think it would make a fantastic auxiliary piece for extra seating, or for an out-of-the-way little reading nook type of thing. It would be a great replacement for that dumb little Ikea mini-couch thing I picked up for free intending to spruce up but never did. It's smallish (62"x33"), low enough to feel divan-esque (only 25" high at the back), and awesomely versatile.
The problem is that the cushion that came with this thing was thin enough that I could feel the wooden frame through it. I replaced it with a thicker, firmer cushion that I made from an old couch cushion, but when I retired the sofa to the garage for storage, I got rid of the cushion I'd made (one of my dogs had been sleeping on it while I was at work, and it was, erm, a bit funky).
Once I've got a new seat cushion for it (Ikea has a thin mattress I think I can work with, for only about sixty dollars), and some nifty throw pillows, I plan to put this thing into action again in place of the mini-couch.
|Also World Market. Also in "Mallard." I have several of |
these in different colors, including this one. Looks teal to me.