Etta Mayo. Futon. March 01st , 2018.
Futons usually have exposed frames and that implies that the frame material and design is something you have to think about when shopping for cheap futons. Metal is desired because of its longevity, and its inexpensive nature. When you are looking for a classier outlook, there are wooden frames, although these are somewhat more expensive. If you are decor conscious, you can explore the different finishes you get, to find something that will complement your decor.
The basic guidelines for choosing a futon are the following: usage, futon size, and design. A futon makes a good choice for a cool and flexible piece of furniture for any room. There many ways on how you can use a futon. It is useful for sleeping or even just for lounging. Buying a futon may not be as simple as selecting an ordinary bed. There are more features to look for. Here are some guidelines to check before buying a futon.
Futons are wonderful for many reasons, but chief among them is how versatile they are. By changing the cover on the futon, you have a whole new sofa. It is a feature that cannot be overlooked. So, we know it is time for a new cover. The question is what kind? There is a universe of possibilities awaiting you.
The problems that exist in the futon industry however result from specific manufacturers wanting to take a low end, low price approach to building products that can be retailed in the big box stores at the lowest price possible. Metal futon frames have long been a staple of being \"the\" mass merchant offering in futons as a category. Unfortunately many consumers purchase these frames as an introduction to the futon category of furniture and were quite disappointed by the quality and construction of these made to hit a price point futons. The problems of metal frames reside in several design issues.
October of 1991 saw another group of inventors including Mark S. Barton, Kurt J. Bandach and Mark E. Schlichter introduce an interesting concept of a pivoting pawl as they referred to it. This was basically a specially designed block that would hang on the seat section that would engage against a step located on the back rest and using gravitational force influences the pawl to both hang unengaged when the futon is in an upright position and to engage when the seat is lifted and the pawl engages against the step to allow the frame to be operated while standing in front and returns the futon from a bed position back into a seating position. This patent was assigned to August Lotz Co., Inc. who implemented this design into their successful line of futon products. This marked an interesting approach to frame conversion as now the frame was facilitating the movement back into a sofa position by having pawls engage into steps designed into the back rest of the frame.
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