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Keyboard Sofa Bed: My Type of Furniture

by Conner Flynn
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How often do you end up falling asleep on your keyboard? Hopefully not very often. It’s pretty uncomfortable and can make your cheek look like a grid of squares. The folks at ZO-loft (which also happens to be the name of an antidepressant) designed this sofa bed to make the whole process a bit more comfortable.

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Besides, why rest your face on a keyboard when you can rest your whole body on one? This stylish piece of QWERTY furniture looks awesome and transforms from a sofa to a bed. It even has adjustable keys. All you need to do is pop up the D key, stretch out and relax.

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Too bad it doesn’t actually type out your sleeping patterns as you toss and turn, but it is still pretty amazing.

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[via Fubiz via Neatorama]

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