Togo by Michel Ducaroy for Ligne Roset. Because this classic from 1973 relies on dense foam for its construction, the absence of any wood or metal make it a breeze to move. Available as a sofa with arms, chair, loveseat, sofa without arms, a corner seat or ottoman, its modularity makes it super versatile — did I mention it is also insanely comfy? • Eames Sofa Compact for Herman Miller. Originally designed by the Eames' for their own home, the slim sofa went into production at Herman Miller in 1954. Though it is long at 72", the bench-like back folds down and the lack of bulk and easy to grip legs make it easy for 2 people to move. • Case Study Day Bed. The simplicity of the the popular daybed makes it an easy piece to move. Remove the cushions from the frame and you're ready to go — and if your move requires a squeeze through a tight doorway, the legs and optional arms are removable. Available with many options from Modernica or just a few from Design Within Reach. OTHERS TO CONSIDER • Clark by West Elm • Sleeping bench by Cordemeyer for Gispen Do you have a experience with an easy-to-move sofa? Share your story or your suggestions in the comments!