Futon. Saturday , April 14th , 2018 - 23:55:20 PM
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.
Doing your own home interior could be a challenging task especially when you are low on cash and still living in a small house or an apartment. If you think it is easier to do interior designing in a small place compared to a larger one then prepare to be surprised. To design small spaces you need to combine beauty with efficiency. Using futons in your sleeping area is a good example of the right combination of both. While you may want to get a queen size bed for your master bedroom in a normal house, using a couch bed in a smaller house or apartments is much more efficient.
The modern futon designs nowadays are much related to its frame. You can buy wooden or metal frame for your futons and as both has their own advantage over another. Depending on what kind of design you are having in your room, metal would bring modern kind of look while wooden would help you with elegance. Even if it is a small room, you should not hold yourself back from giving your best in designing it. With its efficiency and durability, futons would be a great addition to your house regardless of its size.
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