Published at Thursday, September 06th 2018, 13:48:09 PM by Amparo Rodgers. Futon. Little did anyone know back in the 1970's that the first simple tri-fold futon frame designs would lead to so much more. Over the decades the futon industry has grown from unfinished basic slatted wood frames resting on the ground into actual furniture groupings consisting of anything from sofas, loveseats or matching chairs. In this article we'll examine what makes futons practical for the home and some of the basics of shopping for the futon that's right for you.
Published at Saturday, September 08th 2018, 19:34:28 PM. Futon By Gladys Obrien. Futons are a great alternative when you need furniture that must double as both a sofa and bed. Many improvements in designs and construction have taken place since futons first came onto the scene in the 70's. The core makeup of futons has stayed the same however. When shopping for a futon choose three components which include a frame, mattress and cover. These are available in a variety of options. You're sure to find the one that's just right for your own unique space.
Published at Saturday, September 08th 2018, 19:22:50 PM. Futon By Rachel Gonzales. With futons, a total change of style can come with a cheap futon cover. For a variety of reasons, people often find themselves in situations where the style they were perfect with before no longer works. With futon covers, the need to buy or reupholster furniture is replaced by a simple cover change that can be done in seconds. Just about every imaginable color and design is available for any change one desires.
Published at Saturday, September 08th 2018, 19:11:11 PM. Futon By Rhoda Wells. Outside of Japan were the approach to furniture is different, futons are almost always set on frames. While this makes them more like the kind of furniture non-Japanese expect, they still have unique features and simplicity that make them a great, cost-effective choice.
Published at Saturday, September 08th 2018, 18:59:32 PM. Futon By Sylvia Buchanan. A lounge sofa can be placed next to a two-seat futon. Then, an end table can be placed in the corner, and a three seat futon can be placed at the long end of the room. This creates a sectional look out of individual pieces of furniture that are more functional separately than a traditional sectional.
Published at Saturday, September 08th 2018, 18:47:52 PM. Futon By Gloria Sullivan. Mattresses are not the only things that can quickly come off futons; their frames also can be broken down quickly. While this obviously comes in handy when moving a futon to another room, it is also nice when moving it longer distances. Moving regular furniture is very awkward and requires a lot of hands as well as shipping space. The ease in which futons can be broken down means they require a lot less shipping space and fewer hands to move them. This can save on both shipping expense and needless aggravation!
Published at Saturday, September 08th 2018, 18:36:13 PM. Futon By Johnnie Shannon. There are now so many types in fact that it can often be difficult to choose. You can get anything from conventional futon couches and beds to unique futon sleeper chairs and futon bunk beds. The frame that a futon is structured around is always an important aspect. Choosing a good frame will ensure that the futon will last longer and be more comfortable. While most futon frames are of good quality, making sure the frame is sturdy should always be a priority. They also come in various types like polished wooden frames or gleaming steel.
Published at Saturday, September 08th 2018, 18:24:33 PM. Futon By Sylvia Buchanan. Most specialty futon retailers pay little to no attention to black metal futon frames. Retailers I've spoken to have said that the black metal futon frame is the number one service headache when it came to futons with over 95% of service issues being the failure of a black metal frame component. Replacing these parts were made more difficult by the fact the manufacturers were located overseas and obtaining the parts past the 90 day warranty period often involved the retailer having to purchase the replacement parts and charging the customer.