A group of city dwellers in England founded RestRelax, a company that recently released a unique piece of furniture that might well be perfect for RVers.
Most sofas and beds have bulky (and heavy) wooden frames. And the word multi-functional…what’s that mean?
What if you could get rid of the frame, and just leave the padding? I don’t know about you, but I’ve helped one too many people move ancient pieces of ill-designed furniture that weighed a ton.
Compact and Multifunctional Rosie Foot Stool Bed
The Rosie footstool bed ($140) comes in 2 colors (charcoal and gray) and 5 trim patterns. Best of all, there’s no assembly required. By day, use the ottoman as a stool or small table. At night, simply fold out the three panels, lay back and relax.
I could see this small footstool bed working well for campers who have larger families or who frequently invite guests over to their wheeled abode. While we’ve come across this ottoman-to-bed concept before, the Rosie footstool bed has the smallest footprint and most elegant design (no metal or wood pieces inside).
Most Ikea furniture, while a godsend for college students and urban dwellers, requires at least some setup and assembly. Your wrists will hurt by the time you’re done.
The Rosie ottoman bed measures a bit over 6’5″, so even the tallest camper will have plenty of room to stretch out. Especially those of us who sleep with our arms over our heads.