Micro flats and tiny but well designed living spaces are all the rage right now.
Most people living in tiny flats do so because they re cheap, and don t have the money to turn their homes into an urban transformer.
So they need to find other clever ways to maximise their limited space, like with a two-in-one sofa bed with extra furniture hidden inside.
Designed by Brandon Kershner, the Dartmouth sofa features a split back allowing it to transform into a bed, a lounge, and a spot for three people to comfortably sit.
It s also upholstered in genuine faux-leather so you won t have to feel guilty about a cow giving its life just so you can lounge around eating Pringles in front of the TV.
As a sofa bed the Dartmouth has an anti-Ikea aesthetic going for it, looking more like something you d find in an expensive psychiatrist s office.