Playpen Sofas: Where 1970s Comfort Met Versatility That Knew No Bounds

Playpen sofas of the 1970s were a unique and innovative furniture design that reflected the cultural and design trends of that era.

These sofas were characterized by their modular and versatile nature, often consisting of separate seating units that could be rearranged to create different seating arrangements. The earliest use of the word "playpen" as cited in the Oxford English Dictionary was in 1902.

Made with a range of materials, playpen sofas were a visual feast. Plush upholstery in vibrant, earthy colors, adorned with bold patterns and textures, were the hallmark of these sofas.

What really set the Playpen Sofa apart was its ability to break the boundaries of traditional furniture arrangements. Rather than a single, immovable piece, it consisted of separate seating units.

These units were ingeniously designed, providing corner pieces for curves, straight sections for symmetry, and everything in between. Result? A canvas for creativity.

Homeowners can transform their living spaces into personalized masterpieces, allowing them to easily express their individuality.

Many notable designers and furniture makers lent their talents to this iconic design of the 1970s.

Names like Vladimir Kagan, Milo Bateman and Adrian Pearsall became synonymous with the playpen sofa style.

Major furniture companies like La-Z-Boy and Lane Furniture also embraced the trend, bringing it to a wider audience.

Luxuriously constructed for extra softness with cushion-within-cushion seats and thick, wedge-shaped backs, these original playpen sofas take up no more space than a standard sofa, table and pair of chairs.

Remember when mom used to put you in the playpen to keep you out of mischief? With Simmons Playpen, we do not guarantee the same results.

In fact, the playpen is a very adult idea in every sense. Soak in the luxury of crushed velvet 'cushion within a cushion' upholstery and we can't be responsible for what happens.

The playpen treats you like an adult in other ways, too. This means that you have your own ideas about arranging your furniture.

The playpen comes in these combinations: corner sectional, armless sectional, and ottoman. You buy that many. Or as little as you like.

And fit them together to suit your room. Or your mood, or your friends. As you probably figured out, the playpen is for adults.

But that doesn't mean it can't take what kids can create. The fact is, the rich, sensual crushed velvet of the playpen is remarkably rugged.

So you can also put your kids in the playpen and they will not do much mischief. With adults, it's a different matter.

Check out the playpen at your Simmons Furniture dealer, or send the coupon on this page for more information (and the address of your nearest Simmons dealer).

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