Luonto Elfin Twin Chair Sleeper


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Customized comfort meets modern versatility and Scandinavian style with Luonto’s Elfin Twin Chair Sleeper. Effortlessly transforming from an armchair to a single bed within seconds, this convertible chair features a functional dual-motion mechanism with the 5-inch-thick foam mattress perfectly below the seat that lifts up and out to reveal a twin-size sleep surface. The streamlined silhouette includes a foam-cushioned seat and supportive backrest with slim track arms and soft yet durable fabric upholstery.


  • Twin size upholstered sleeper chair with foam mattress
  • Size: Twin
  • Nest Function: Quickly converts into a supportive foam mattress bed. First, remove the back cushion. Lift the seat up and out to reveal the first portion of the sleep surface. Complete the bed by folding down the backrest insert.
  • Chair Dimensions: 34” W x 40” D x 32” H (overall), 30” W x 80” L (sleep surface/cot size), 25” (arm height), 18” (seat height), 22” (seat depth), 2” (arm width), 4” (leg height)
  • Includes a 5” thick foam mattress for optimal sleep comfort and support.
  • Individually bench-made by skilled Scandinavian artisans.
  • Construction: Solid spruce seat frame with finger joints and no-sag springs with at least four per seat. Back parts constructed with Mortise & Tenon joints for extraordinary durability. Fully padded exterior sides and back.
  • The Elfin model is also available in king, queen, or full XL size.
  • Available in hundreds of upholstery materials and colors, including leather and fabric, for special order. Please allow additional handling time (16-20 weeks) on custom orders.
  • Create an allergen-resistant barrier and protect your sleeper’s mattress by adding Luonto’s Sleeper Sofa Mattress Protector
  • Warranty: 10 years on manufacturer flaws of frame and spring; 2 years on the mechanism, cushions, and padding; 1 year on upholstery, motor, and controls.
  • Made in Finland
Perfect timing...couldn't be more happy with the delivery of my daughters new bed. Jay Weingart