Iva Futon October 18th, 2017 - 12:34:14
By coordinating needs and style, a family room can sleep up to five guests comfortably with three separate types of futons, yet appear as standard couches and chairs. When looking for a way to creating a guest room, you may want to consider a futon. When people hear the word futon, they may conjure a specific image in their minds. A wood slate frame, wooden arms, and a bulky cushion are the first thing that people may imagine when they hear about futons.
If you are looking for a way to make a room versatile, a futon may be the answer. Perhaps you have moved into a small studio, and you need your bed to serve as a couch during the day. You may be starting your first semester in college, and you want to make the most of your dorm room. You might want to have a place for guests to stay when they visit while your spouse wants an office to work from home.
This will also help create the ability to sleep extra guests if necessary. A love seat futon is shorter than a full, by 21 inches, but is still 75 wide. Lounge futons may be the size of a single bed. Futon dimensions for a single lounger are 25 x 75. Chair futons are not long enough for an adult to sleep on, unless it comes with an ottoman. Futon dimensions help people understand the amount of space they need in the designated room, and how many people they can sleep on the furniture.
Futon beds also tend to cost less than the more traditional sofa beds. However before buying a futon bed and mattress you should decide exactly what function the futon bed will be put to use. First, futon beds tend to come in two varieties; a bi-fold frame or tri-fold frame. A bi-fold futon bed is where the frame folds the mattress in half; down the middle, lengthways. A tri-fold futon bed is where the frame folds the mattress into thirds, widthways; one third forms the seat, one third the back, and the final third folding over the back or underneath the seat.