This Armchair Is Designed To Fold Out Into A Bed – Design You Trust

This Armchair Is Designed To Fold Out Into A Bed


Russian designer Elena Sidorova, has created Flop, an armchair that folds open and becomes a bed.


The chair is upholstered in 100% wool, and features a hidden compartment within that hides away the mattress and pillow when not in use.

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