If you've ever had a heavy, carb-loaded lunch during the middle of a workday, you know the struggle of staying awake afterwards is real. Seriously, nothing makes us pine for a quick cat nap more than answering emails after a plate full of pasta. But even if your boss were fine with a 15-minute snooze, let's be honest: Swivel chairs don't exactly scream comfortable — but the does.
Greek designer Athanasia Leivaditou of the NL Studio came up with the idea for this while she was studying and working in a cramped New York apartment. It's made out of lacquered wood, metal, and white leather, so it's simple enough for an office, but still stylish for home. Sadly, the prototype isn't available yet for retail, but we'll be waiting anxiously until it is.
So how exactly does it work? Here's the piece in desk mode:
To transform it into a bed, just slide the top backwards ...
... and fold the back (which acts as the mattress) down. Then, recline the side opposite of the TV (because if you're sleeping at work, you might as well catch up on Scandal) and get comfy.