This is a lavish sofa design, which was popularised by the Duke of Chesterfield around the early eighteenth century. Since then, it is adorning palaces and royal abodes.
Now stand the sofa up on its side and wrap across in at least three sections: right over the armrests, and in the middle. For very long sofas make two midsection bands to catch the edges of the side blankets. Fold the excess of the moving blankets over the bottom. (There is no need to cover the whole bottom, unless you want to, but it is important to cover the corners.) Remove the legs, if removable. If legs cannot be removed - wrap and tape the moving blanket around the legs of the sofa-bed. Flip the sofa and do the same for the other side.
How is fixed together? Is the chair glued? Screwed? Or stapled together? It is best to have all three, but any will be fine as long as the frame is made from hardwood. Knowing the sofa is held together firmly gives you the peace of mind that it won't fall apart while your child is sat or playing on the sofa. And less likely to be injured.
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