Here are a few more pictures, I'll get a plan up tomorrow. Also a few notes:
- I used 3/4" X 3/4" aluminium angle to support the table in bed mode. recommend adding one across the front as well.
- I would make the seat a bit lower next time. By the time you add the cushions they are a little high and there isn't a lot of room between the seats and table.
- The seats don't need to be as deep. I would look at maybe 20" next time to give a slightly larger table.
- You will need to make a "filler" cushion to complete the bed.
- The table itself is quite heavy. Next time I will use an aluminium frame and lighter plywood. It does have to be strong enough to fill the gap for the bed.
Feel free to ask questions. I can take more pictures or measurements if needed.
Overall shot of the framing
Shot of the supports along the wall
All cushions in place but no table. Note the "filler" cushion on the leaning on the wall.
Underside of the cushion in the front of the unit. Pieces of 2x2 stiffen the seat as well as help location it in the frame.
Backside of the frame. All 5/8" plywood.
With table in place. The laminate is buckling because I tried to join two pieces of plywood. Buy decent wood and it shouldn't be a problem.
In bed mode. Plenty of room for the wife and I. I put in a bunkbed for the girls.