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The 10 Best Sofa Beds of 2024

Sleeper sofas are perfect for almost any home. They’re especially great if you live in a smaller space and don’t have a guest room for overnight guestsPull-out beds also tend to be much more comfortable alternatives to both air mattresses and futons

If you’re thinking of getting a sofa bed for your living room, read on to see my five top picks. I combed through hundreds of customer reviews and tried sleeping on 10 different models to see which brands and retailers balanced comfort, durability, style, and price point

Check out the best sleeper sofas from West Elm, Innovation, IKEA, Allmodern, and Urban Outfitters.

The Best Overall Sofas of 2024

To help you find the best deep seat sofa, I tested individual models from over 23 different brands. These are the best new sofas with extra deep seats that balance the best in design, price, sustainability, and durability.

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1. Best for Comfort: West Elm Shelter Queen

  • Price: $2,199
  • Sofa Dimensions: 84.5″ width x 38″ depth x 30″ height
  • Sofa & Pull-Out Mattress Dimensions: 84.5″ width x 90″ depth x 30″ height
  • Frame Materials: solid hardwood frame 
  • Upholstery Options: 20+ custom fabric options

Photo courtesy of West Elm

What I Loved

I’m always a fan of West Elm‘s sofas, loveseats, and sleeper sectionals. But this is the first sofa bed from them I’ve tried and I have to say, it was my personal favorite. I loved its overall style, with its clean lines and square arms. Plus its foam cushions were soft enough for lounging and sleeping even without pulling out the mattress. 

The sofa itself has incredibly plush seats. And the pull-out mattress was easy to operate, and once it was set up, it felt almost like sleeping in a regular mattress. I think it would work perfectly in any living room or even a home office that has to double as a guest bedroom. 

All in all, it was the most stylish and comfortable sleeper sofa I tried. Plus, it was one of the few that I saw and tested that was available in a queen-size mattress. 

What I Didn’t Love

I loved all of the fabric options. However, I’m not a fan of the 6-week minimum shipping times. Since these are built to order, you can expect fairly lengthy lead times for this model.

Best Sofa Bed: West Elm

2. Best for Ease-Of-Use: Innovation Living Osvald Sofa Bed

  • Price: $2,195 
  • Sofa Dimensions: 71″ width x 41″ depth x 34″ height
  • Sofa & Pull-Out Mattress Dimensions: 71″ width x 100″ depth x 34″ height
Photo courtesy of Innovation Living

What I Loved

In terms of overall design, this was likely the most innovative and modern sofa bed I tried out. At first glance, it has the sleek, clean lines of a sofa you’d see in a commercial setting like an office or high-end hotel. However, I was impressed by how comfortable it was. 

The seat cushions themselves weren’t as cushy or soft as West Elm‘s Shelter Queen, but I loved how easy it was to use the pull-out sofa. Just pull the tab at the base of the seat cushion and the mattress effortlessly folds out into a generous full-size mattress. 

The mattress wasn’t as wide as the West Elm sofa bed, but it was just as comfortable to sleep on. With a great pull-out sofa mechanism and a really clean approach to design, this is definitely a sofa bed I’d recommend for any modern design lover looking for a sleek, contemporary sofa for overnight guests that doesn’t take up a huge footprint in your living space

What I Didn’t Love

No complaints over the product quality. However, I would have liked to see more than two upholstery options.

3. Best Value Sleeper Sofa: IKEA HARLANDA

  • Price: starts at $1,429 
  • Sofa Dimensions: 115″ width x 23″ seat depth x 64″ chaise depth x 41″ height 
  • Sofa & Pull-Out Mattress Dimensions: 59″ mattress width 
  • Frame Materials: Solid wood, Plywood, Fiberboard, Polyurethane foam 1.2 lb/cu.ft., Particleboard
  • Upholstery Options: 5 fabric options

Photo courtesy of IKEA

What I Loved

Of all the pull-out sofas on this list, I definitely loved the seat and back cushions on this one, which was surprising considering I wasn’t anticipating that much from an IKEA sofa compared to a few of the other brands on this list. However, I have to agree with many of the 4 and 5 star reviews. It’s a great value as far as a sofa bed is concerned. 

What I Didn’t Love

Assembly wasn’t as easy compared to other IKEA sofas and sectionals I’ve put together in the past. Also, the mattress wasn’t my favorite. I definitely thought the pull-put mattress worked well enough and it was fine for just one night. However, at 4.5 inches thick, it’s definitely on the thinner end of sofa bed mattresses. A thicker mattress, in addition to the incredibly plush chaise, seat and back cushions would make for an amazing and versatile sofa bed.

4. Best For Small Spaces: Helvey 81″ Sleeper Sofa Bed by AllModern 

  • Price: Starting at $1,190
  • Sofa Dimensions: 81” width x 43” depth x : 29” height 
  • Frame Materials: solid wood frame 
  • Upholstery Options: 3 in-stock fabric options

Photo courtesy of Allmodern

What I Loved

Allmodern is a great eCommerce site where you can find a wide range of furniture from any room from bedrooms and living rooms to home officesguest rooms, and more. 

In terms of style and design, it resembles a wide daybed more than it does a sofa. This is definitely one of the more unique sleeper sofas I’ve seen. The Helvey 81″ sleeper sofa bed doesn’t feature a pull-out mattress. The two back cushions simply need to be removed to use as a twin size sofa bed

Overall, it has a chic, minimal mid-century modern inspired silhouette with just one roll-style armrest that almost looks like a large throw pillow. And although it’s 81″ wide, it’s fairly economical when it comes to the space it takes up. That, plus its lack of a pull-out sofa means it’s the best small space sofa bed in my review. 

What I Didn’t Love

This honestly would have been the perfect daybed/sofabed if the back cushions stayed in place. Also, the high-density foam seat cushion / bed is great for an impromptu sleepover but I wouldn’t subject a guest to using it for more than one or two nights.

5. Best Sleeper Loveseat: Huxley Full Sleeper Couch by Raymour & Flanigan

  • Price: $1,035
  • Sofa Dimensions: 72″ x W: 36″ x H: 38″
  • Frame Materials: Solid kiln dried wood
  • Upholstery Options: polyester, chenille

What I Loved

For an extra sleeping space in a smaller room in your house, this loveseat sofa bed by Raymour & Flanigan is a fantastic choice.

As far as quality, you can’t ask for much more. This sofa is well made, stylish, and comfortable. Not quite as plush as West Elm’s Shelter Queen, the cushions are medium firm and soften up over the first few weeks of use.

What I Didn’t Love

Some customers say they can feel the support bar as they’re laying on the mattress. Though I didn’t experience that, the mattress is a tad thin, and could benefit from a mattress topper for a bit of extra cushioning. For the price, this is no big deal.

6. Best Twin-Size Sleeper Sofa: Axis Twin Sleeper By Crate & Barrel

  • Price: $1,699
  • Sofa Dimensions: 58”W x 43”D x 32”H
  • Frame Materials: Kiln-dried solid wood
  • Upholstery Options: Microfiber

What I Loved

Another pull-out option, this sofa is closer in size to an armchair than a sofa, so you can fit it nearly anywhere. I love the way this sofa looks – subtle, inviting, and classic.

I was surprised by how firm this couch is, especially with the down-fill. The quality is impeccable, and customers online fave about owning their sofas for a decade or more.

Another plus for pet owners– I don’t have any pets, but cat and dog owners online say the microfiber fabric holds up for years against even the most persistent pets.

What I Didn’t Love

The innerspring mattress is a bit firm, but a mattress topper should fix that. You can also opt for the memory foam mattress. Other than that, I have no complaints.

7. Best Slipcover Sleeper Sofa: Lucia 93” Slipcovered Sofa Bed by Birch Lane

  • Price: $1,425
  • Sofa Dimensions: 29” H x 93” W x 41” D
  • Frame Materials: solid wood
  • Upholstery Options: Cotton, canvas, polyester, performance fabrics

What I Loved

This couch is both relaxed and classic, with deep enough seats to curl up and snuggle in, even if you skew taller. It also does not look like a sofa bed, which is always something to appreciate.

The pillows are made of down, and the innerspring mattress is comfortable enough, though I’d definitely recommend adding a foam topper for some extra cushioning. Plus, the slipcover is easy to slip on and off for easy washing and spot cleaning.

Delivery was easy, and I received my couch a couple days ahead of schedule, which seems to be the norm scrolling customer reviews online.

What I Didn’t Love

There are mixed reviews about how the cushions hold up over time– some say the cushions start sagging after a few years, others say that couch looks like new even after everyday use. Also – the slipcover and skirt does have to be readjusted more frequently than I’d like.

8. Best Chesterfield Sleeper Sofa: Chesterfield Roll Arm by Pottery Barn

  • Price: $2,599
  • Sofa Dimensions: 89″ w x 41″ d x 31″ h
  • Frame Materials: Kiln dried solid wood
  • Upholstery Options: twill, suede, velvet, performance fabric

What I Loved

If you really don’t want your pull-out couch to look like a pull-out couch, this is the one to go for. This couch is a queen size sleeper sofa with a pull-out memory foam mattress. I love the elegant look, and more than a few of my friends you surprised to learn they could stay the night on it.

The couch is firm and comfortable, and the foam mattress is comfortable on its own, no mattress topper required.

What I Didn’t Love

I have no complaints about this piece– it is well made, beautiful, and comfortable both as a couch and a bed.

9. Best Leather Sleeper Sofa: Urban Outfitters Greta Recycled Leather XL Sleeper Sofa

  • Price: starting at $899 
  • Sofa Dimensions (folded up): 82″ width x 41.7″ depth x 30.8″ height
  • Sofa Dimensions (folded down): 82″ width x 51″ depth  x 12.6″ height
  • Frame Materials: metal frame 
  • Upholstery Options: one recycled leather option
Photo courtesy of Urban Outfitters

What I Loved

The Greta is one of Urban Outfitters‘ best reviewed sofas. At $899, it’s a great, price-conscious alternative to Ligne Roset’s iconic Togo convertible modular sectional sofa. And although there’s just one upholstery option, I loved the recycled leather. Recycled materials are seldom used in upholstery, but given how much fabric is wasted in the textile industry, it’s nice to see a company offer furniture that’s at least somewhat sustainable. 

This convertible sofa bed itself is fairly comfortable when folded up. Having sat on an actual Ligne Roset Togo module at a showroom once, it almost felt like the real deal. When it’s folded down like a futon, it’s a fairly comfortable twin XL size sofabed. All in all, another great space-saving sleeper sofa if you prefer a fold-down leather alternative to AllModern’s Helvey Sofa Bed

What I Didn’t Love

At just above a foot with the back cushion folded down, this leather sofa bed feels a little low to the ground. If you prefer a lower bed, this shouldn’t be an issue. However, if you prefer a sofa bed that’s bout the height a regular mattress, then this one probably isn’t for you. 

Also, I personally didn’t observe any quality issues during the test. However, some negative reviews highlighted some hit-or-miss product quality (e.g. squeaking whenever the sofa is folded down, the overall frame feeling flimsy, etc.) 

10. Best Futon: George Oliver Lamotte Armless Sleeper Sofa from Wayfair

  • Price: $679.99
  • Sofa Dimensions (folded up): 34.25” H x 72.83” W x 32.68” D
  • Frame Materials: Metal
  • Upholstery Options: Faux Leather

What I Loved

For an extra sleeping space on a budget, you can’t go wrong with a futon, and this one is particularly great for the price.

This is a recliner sofa, and you can adjust it to three different angles before it lays totally flat. When flat, the futon is about the size of a twin mattress. The foam filling provides just the right amount of cushioning for good night’s sleep, and is comfortable enough to enjoy for hours reading or working during the day as well.

What I Didn’t Love

I do wish the sofa was just a tad bigger, as the sleeping space it provides is quite small. All in all though, this is a fantastic piece for the price.

Tips for Buying a Sleeper Sofa

Sleeper Sofas vs Futons

As you saw from the last two models on this list, the line between sleeper sofas and futons tends to be pretty thin, especially for multi-purpose designs that don’t include pull-out mattresses. 

From personal experience, I wouldn’t ascribe a value judgment in saying either sleeper sofas are inherently better than futons. I think they’re just classifications of sofas. The key thing I would note is that generally, sleeper sofas tend to be a bit larger (configured like a classic three seater sofa with a fold out mattress) while futons tend to be more like loveseats that double as full or twin xl guest beds. 

Make Sure You Get the Right Mattress

Most sleeper sofas tend to come standard with innerspring mattresses. These are perfectly fine as long as they’re constructed well with springs that don’t dig into your back. However, if you want something more plush and high-quality for your guests to enjoy, consider a sleeper sofa bed with a high-density memory foam mattress. They tend to be pricier than the average pull-out sofa, but they’re definitely worth the investment. If a memory foam mattress isn’t an option, you can always buy a mattress topper for your sofa bed. Just make sure it’s the right size! 

Pay Attention to Sizing and Sleeper Sofa Dimensions

Shopping for sleeper sofas requires a bit of extra care when it comes to minding the dimensions. That’s why I tried to include both sofa dimensions and sofa bed folded-out/pulled-out dimensions whenever possible. 

Your sofa bed will be a piece of furniture that transforms and drastically changes sizes. So, you’ll need to consider your living space‘s size very carefully. Always remember to measure your space and give a roomy amount of clearance for the mattress when it folds out. 

Other Brands to Consider

If you weren’t into any of my top picks, don’t worry! Consider sleeper sofas from other great brands and retailers from Wayfair and Amazon to AshleyJoybird, and Pottery Barn

And if you’re still considering non-sleeper sofas, you can always check out Home of Cozy’s round-up of the best places to buy a sofa.

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