The 10 Best Pottery Barn Sleeper Sofas That Are Equally Stylish and Functional

published Apr 5, 2024
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By now, many retailers have mastered the art of the stylish sleeper sofa. While you used to have to settle for a pull-out sofa that looked just as dowdy as its sleep surface felt, you can now get one that’s indistinguishable from the real deal, fits your interior aesthetic, and comes complete with a comfy mattress. Still, looks can be deceiving: What might appear to be a modern, cozy sleeper online might prove to be low-quality in person, resulting in a difficult pull-out process and a bad back after just one night. Sometimes, it’s worth paying a higher price for a well-made piece of furniture, and for that we turn to Pottery Barn. There, you’ll find a wide variety of sleeper sofas for different spaces, regardless of whether you need something with a storage chaise for your living room or a twin-size sleeper for your home office. Our top picks are sturdy and feature slumber-inducing mattresses — plus they’re also highly customizable and will therefore look great in your space. The only downside? Your overnight guests might not want to leave their beds come morning.

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Once you introduce the Buchanan twin sleeper into your living space or guest room, don't be surprised to find yourself voluntarily snuggling atop its ultra-comfy cushions or foam mattress. With this quality pull-out bed, you won't experience exposed springs, squeaky sounds, or a detached mattress. After testing it, we can attest that the Buchanan is a sleeper that takes up little space, is easy to pull out, and is genuinely comfortable.

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Not only does the York sleeper come with an easy-to-clean slipcover in your choice of fabric, but it also boasts a pop-up headrest, so you can tilt up the top of the mattress for added neck support while watching TV. It’s also supremely comfortable in sofa position, as it features down-blend-wrapped cushions with no-sag springs for both softness and support.

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If you have some living room space to spare, why not opt for a sleeper with a storage chaise? With the Pacifica model, you’ll get a trundle sleep surface conveniently located right next to a hidden compartment for blankets and pillows. The sofa’s deep seat also makes it an all-around prime lounging spot regardless of whether you’re using it as a bed.

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We weren’t lying when we said you don’t have to sacrifice style when buying a sleeper. Just look at this modernized Chesterfield, which stuns with high square arms and tufted upholstery. Even better, it comes with a foam mattress that boasts moisture-wicking materials, ensuring a cool night’s sleep. We also love that this model comes in fabric upholstery instead of classic leather for a luxe twist.

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As its name suggests, the PB Comfort sleeper prioritizes a cozy lounging experience above all. Both its cushions and mattress are made of foam for firm support, and it also has the same tiltable mattress feature as the York model to help you find a good position for your neck. Like many other Pottery Barn sleepers, this one also has built-in floor levelers for added stability.

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Even if you don’t frequently host guests, a trundle sleeper like the Shasta is great for movie nights and late-night convos on the couch. It sports an otherwise compact frame, but offers extra legroom should you need it — not to mention a roomy storage chaise where you can stash accent pillows for more sitting space. And, when fully open, the Shasta provides a queen-size sleep surface.

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The Carmel was one of our favorite models when we viewed Pottery Barn’s sofas in person, so we were happy to learn that it’s also available as a sleeper. This model looks extremely luxe and contemporary no matter which configuration it takes on and you’ll love its memory foam mattress, which has a gel topper for added comfort.

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If you’re looking for something in leather, check out the Turner sleeper. We love its square arms and voluminous cushions, as well as its cooling mattress. The Turner is available in more than 40 leather upholstery options, so just be sure to choose the one that fits best with your lifestyle in terms of maintenance. Regardless of which you choose, your sleeper will look undeniably cool — and that’s saying a lot for a sleeper sofa.

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The best thing about the Sanford sleeper is its storage chaise, which is essentially a floating ottoman that you can place wherever you want. Keep it on the right side of the sofa if that best suits your living room layout, or slide it over if the person on the left wants more legroom. And, if you move, you don’t have to worry about how this pick will fit in with your new floor plan.

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Color us obsessed with Celeste’s streamlined silhouette, which is punctuated by thin, sloping arms. At 86” wide, it’s not the smallest sleeper we’ve come across, but it’s still a solid choice for small apartments. Two easy-pull tabs transform this couch into a trundle sleeper, which is great if you’re not into the unfolding mattress style.