If you like the style of the Kobe sofa bed but you don’t have 96” to spare of space, you can go with the alternative loveseat that measures only 75” long. One interesting fact about the Kobe is that it only measures 33” in depth, from back of the arm to the front of the arm. The average depth of a sofa measures 36” or more. For people living in smaller spaces, this sofa will fit well and shouldn’t have an overwhelming look in the room.
The legs are of a faux chrome, giving it a contemporary appeal. The arms are detachable so the sofa should be able to fit through any door, hallway or elevator. The back of the sofa folds down in just a few seconds with its patented click clack mechanism. Under the seat deck there is plenty of hidden storage space to put clothes and linens.
This sofa bed looks like it would normally sell for over $1,500 in retail stores. However, you can fool your friends and family thinking you have expensive taste when in reality, the sofa is priced remarkably low, just over $500!
The Kobe is modern with straight clean lines, thick 10” arms, available in light grey fabric or cream leather textile. The Kobe looks deceivingly expensive but it will not break the bank.