Sure the name “futon” has been used a lot to describe an easily converted sleeper sofa, but as you would expect from Ligne Roset, the Everynight has a certain style you won’t find ordinary. I really like the continuous styling of the three sections that designer Didier Gomez incorporated into this “small space” yet ample sized sofa sleeper that would be right at home in a loft or studio apartment. The seat and back (metal-framed, with slats) are linked together by a mechanism which offers three positions, horizontal, intermediate, and upright. A thermo-compressed foam sheet is supplied to protect the seat when unfolded on the ground. Sleep area: 63” x 84 1/2”, offering a quality and firmness perfect for a good sleep Everynight. Find a Ligne Roset dealer and see the rest of their contemporary and modern furniture. Appx $6-7000 depending on upholstery.