Living in a cosmopolitan city sounds fancy but brings its own challenges. You have to pay more for every inch of floor space you want to lay your feet on. With the high cost of living, it is important you choose the right apartment for you and your family. A small apartment won’t be a bad idea if you know how to make it grand with innovative multifunctional furniture.
Sofa and bed undoubtedly occupy most of the space in a house but if these furniture pieces can be stacked on a wall or ceiling, your room would look spacious. Meet Tonale, a murphy bed and sectional sofa by Resource Furniture that allows saving plenty of floor space. It is a multi-purpose furniture something like their former creation Ulisse.
The queen-size bed stacks against the wall and leaves space for a sofa. The bed is also available in an optional motorized version that allows users to open or close the bed in under 15 seconds with a single push of a button.
Acting as a generously proportioned sectional sofa poised on steel legs by the day and a comfortable bed by night, Tonale is a space-saving piece of furniture that exudes comfort and style in an equal manner. Once the bed is pulled down from the wall, the sofa is hidden beneath the bed.
If you are tired of screeching noises most furniture items make while moving or opening, that is not the case with Tonale. It doesn’t make any sound and silently lays over the sofa, which folds down its back to accommodate the bed. The wall bed has safety features including automatic sensors with obstacle detection to make sure nothing gets stuck in its path. And if it does, the bed will not open or close until the path is cleared.
Tonale is available in two- or three-seat sofa, customizable in dozens of Italian fabrics and leather finishes. It is a good option for people living in apartments, looking for transforming furniture that helps them make the most out of the available space.
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