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A TV room doubles as a guest bedroom, which seats four and sleeps two, in Bethesda, Md. Interior designer Wendy Danziger provided a sleep sofa, built-ins with storage and table to help overnight guests settle in. She also used a pocket door to save space and provide privacy. 	AP Photo/Courtesy Danziger Design, J.W. Smith Photography


A TV room doubles as a guest bedroom, which seats four and sleeps two, in Bethesda, Md. Interior designer Wendy Danziger provided a sleep sofa, built-ins with storage and table to help overnight guests settle in. She also used a pocket door to save space and provide privacy. AP Photo/Courtesy Danziger Design, J.W. Smith Photography



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