10 Multifunctional Convertible Sofa for Modern Home


Multifunctional Convertible Sofa - Remember back in the day when choices in sofas were limited to either a two and a half or three seater? Apart from the fabric and color there wasn’t that much to choose. This has changed completely. Modern multifunctional convertible sofa have so much more features to offer.

Want a sofa that harbors additional seats? No problem. Looking for a multifunctional convertible sofa to another type of furniture? It’s available. Need adjustable armrests? Stores got you covered. In order to provide you with an idea of what’s out there we created this list. It’s an overview of the most ingeniously designed, highly functional convertible or modular sofas on the market.

Have you ever imagined having a multifunctional convertible sofa. It could turn into some other furniture? Try looking at the pictures below.

Revolve Sofa Bed

This superb sofa can be smoothly transformed from sitting into sleeping and vice versa, through a smooth rotation of 180 degrees. Revolve, produced by Kvadra has recieved the RED DOT Award for product design 2012 because of its functionality, usability and extraordinary aesthetics and outstanding production.

Revolve Sofa Bed is a beautiful multifunctional convertible sofa minimalist design by Kvadra.

Sofa V-Two

By pushing or pulling the shape of the sofa and its functionality can be adjusted. There is also a storage space for magazines or books and other small things. This characteristic sofa has both a minimalistic appearance yet has a lot of body too. The robust sofa with its particular lines and sober grey color and light wood is a true eye-catcher.

Sofa V-Two is a beautiful minimalist design by Juil Kim.

Bloc’d Modular Sofa

Bloc’d features 18 upholstered foam modules. Most of these foam shapes are cubes of around 40 cm in length but there are also 3 cuboids and 3 L-shaped modules. By rearranging the couch cushions you get a whole different formation.

Release the inner child in you again and create L-shapes, corner sofas, footrests, and more. We’ve featured this special couch before. Here’s more in-depth info about Bloc’d.

Moment Sofa, Multifunctional Furniture

We could imagine this futuristic looking sofa being part of a Star Trek film set or another scifi environment. The Livdin Sofa, also referred to as Moment Sofa can be easily converted from a sofa in a dining table.

This smart piece of multifunctional furniture has been designed by Terrence Seah for “Submit A Design” from Tuvie. The name “Lived In” which stands for live and dine suits extremely well on this multifunctional piece of furniture.

Slot Sofa

Nesting is a trusty trick up the sleeve of multipurpose furniture designers. Slot Sofa by Matthew Pauk is a text book example of how nesting is perfectly executed. Into the slots on this sofa fits a stylish plywood table, which can function as both a coffee table, pouf for two or as a table in the middle, which is perfect for a laptop, coffee or telephone.

Thereby, within the base of the sofa are two cushions, which are equipped with magnets, so they do not shift, which can serve as ottoman.

Scaffold Multifunctional Sofa

Scaffold multifunctional sofa that can be used as sofa and bookshelf. Entirely hand made of solid wood and equipped with interchangeable cushions available in different colors. Designed by André Teoman for Portugal-based Studio WeWood.

Prime Multifunctional Sofa

Prime sofa is another piece with futuristic appeal. It wouldn’t be out of place in The Jetson’s home. Or in a highly elegant minimalist interior for that matter. Prime sofa includes two lounge chairs, one coffee table and a footrest, all-in-one.

The modules can be pushed out from the sides and from the front. When all modules are pulled out, the seating area has doubled. Like this idea? Make sure to check out Prime Sofa.

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