Natasha Potts. Futon. March 18th , 2018.
Futon designs have developed from over time, from its very first model to today's sophisticated and more comfortable designs. There is a lot of streamline designs available in the market now, some are in contemporary style, while some are in modern. Some designs are ultra stylish, and can be perfect for you if you are looking for a new furniture that can not really compromise your budget.
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.
If you're shopping for a futon, here are some things to think about if you see a black metal futon frame in a mass merchant or big box store. Consider the fact that most solid wood futon frames carry a warranty anywhere from a year to a lifetime warranty. Black metal futon frames have a 90 day warranty. It says something about how much the manufacturer stands behind the product. Black metal frames are made overseas. Expect to wait for a part if something breaks or if you're past that 90 day warranty, expect to pay for all replacement parts and associated costs to get your frame up and running again. Consider too that parts may also no longer be available should something break. Metal bars allow mattresses to slide into and through the gaps between each bar. This puts lumps in your mattress and can make the futon quite uncomfortable when compared to flat wooden slats on wood frames.
After determining the functionality and the size, you can now look on other minor criteria like the style and design of the futon. Know which style of futon are you looking for, parallel it to your tastes and also your child's preferences. Futon may come in conventional or modern options. If you want to go with the more traditional appeal, you can select the ones with frames made from hardwood. If you prefer a modern and conventional style, go with metal or just simply have the combination if you want to have both features. Futon covers may also be important, you may want to have it patterned after the room's design or get one that is more eye-catching.
Futon is a Japanese word. Traditionally, futon is the common bedding for Japanese people and is still widely used as primary bedding there today. To maximize small spaces, the Japanese people fold their bed and store it in the closet while not in use so the room can be used to do accommodate other activities. The modern futons that are sold outside Japan however are a lot different than the original mattress as it is sold with different materials to upgrade its comfort level and to make it transformable into couches at day time.
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