Jesse Flora from Sleep X Sleep Solutions. The furniture and mattress store specializes in small space solutions, including their quality, comfortable cabinet beds.

Jesse Flora from Sleep X Sleep Solutions. The furniture and mattress store specializes in small space solutions, including their quality, comfortable cabinet beds.

The Abby-made space-saver that streamlines home comfort

Convert the spare bedroom into a spacious home office with a Study Buddy cabinet bed

When we were asked to shelter-in-place last March, most of us thought it would only last a couple weeks — a month at most. Now it’s been nearly a year and we’re still hunkered in our homes. Is it time to give yourself some breathing room, and rearrange your home so it supports your current needs?

The more you adapt your home to our current routine of remote work, remote school, virtual entertainment and home work-outs, the better your day-to-day will feel.

Abbotsford’s Sleep X Sleep Solutions (formerly known as Canadian Furniture Factory Outlet) has focused on small space solutions since 1991, and they’re here to help you solve your stay-at-home struggles.

The spare room dilemma

Let’s face it: most of us need a home office a lot more than spare bedroom right now. If your current work-from-home situation has you squished in a corner while a guest bed eats up valuable real estate, Sleep X’s Jesse Flora wants to introduce you to the Study Buddy.

“It’s a desk that converts into a comfortable bed in less than 30 seconds. We make it for a twin, double or queen mattress, and they’re manufactured right here in Abbotsford.”

“If you’re a front-line worker and don’t need a home office, a cabinet bed is a great place to put your TV — all units support a screen up to 60 inches. With the guest bed out of the way you’ll have more room for a home theatre or gym,” Flora says. “We also offer sleeper sofas and custom furniture. We focus on quality products that are built to last.”

“While you shop our expanded location, we have taken every precaution to ensure your safety inside our large showroom,” Flora says.

All Sleep X furniture and mattresses are built to last. They don’t cut corners; they invest in quality materials and support local manufacturers right here in the Lower Mainland.

The quality in their cabinet beds and sleeper sofas goes beyond the wood and hardware — their mattresses are made locally from top materials for a comfortable, healthy sleep. The cabinet bed’s CertiPur-US mattresses are durable and gel-infused to give your guests a luxurious night’s sleep (when we’re allowed to have guests again).

Visit Sleep X at 32346 S Fraser Way to chat with the knowledgable staff, and find a solution that works for you!

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Sleep X cabinet beds take less than 30 seconds to set up, and are a great way to convert your guest bedroom into a home office.

Sleep X cabinet beds take less than 30 seconds to set up, and are a great way to convert your guest bedroom into a home office.

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