By Pasclina Comte. Futon Sofa. Published at Saturday, January 20th, 2018 - 21:25:05 PM.
Futons began as triple folded mats in a stack, and that's how many people still think of them. The futon industry has grown and changed, and today we're finding great looking sofa sleepers for all kinds of tight spaces. Futons today are attractive, multi-functional pieces of real furniture, suitable for any living room, bedroom, guest room, or kid's room. They actually create space by folding into a sturdy sofa by day and opening to a beautiful sleeper at night.
For natural fiber mixes of the futon, wooden bases compliment it the best. Though there are metal frames also available, wood frames have more options to offer with variety in designs, color and different structures to suit your home interiors. There are futon beds with storage space options as well, which can be of good advantage to small living space.
Take a look online today and you will be able to find a good range of high quality futon sofa beds for sale. Compare and contrast the different colours, styles and sizes and you are sure to find the perfect one for your home and your needs. Once you purchase a futon, you can also buy additional futon slipcovers in order to help prolong its life as well as to keep it well maintained.
The futon sofa is typically called just a futon and is a mattress that makes up a Japanese bed. In Japan these sofas are sold in specialty stores and called futon-yas. The mattress itself is flat and measure about 5 centimeters in thickness. The fabric on the outside is stuffed with cotton or synthetic batting. In some department stores in Japan the futon is sold as a set with a mattress and a bedspread to match.
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