Futon. Sunday , April 15th , 2018 - 00:13:54 AM
Finally, many manufacturers, if leading brand name futon companies, incorporate segmented cross members. Stretcher rails are the most commonly segmented pieces of wood on the market. Stretcher rails (sometimes called cross rails) are the two long boards that span the bottom and connect the arms. There is one on the front and one on the back of nearly every wood futon ever made. These stretcher rails must support a tremendous amount of load, vibration and impact. They are vulnerable along the entire span, but most often fail with in the first six inches of a given joint, especially if they are segmented. Segmented stretcher rails are made up of smaller individual pieces of wood that are glued and compressed together to make up the length needed to span the distance between both armrests.
Check the width of the slats they are supporting. The slats are the multiple short boards that span the seat and back deck in a ladder-like design that are usually only visible when the mattress is removed. Are the futon slats wide or narrow?
You can match the futon to existing furniture, or you can select the futon first and build the other furniture and dcor around it. Futons make excellent editions to the media room or entertainment room. They also work well in guest rooms, because it will allow you to use the room as a sitting area, reading area or television room when it is not being used. Futons are also great for kids rooms because they can enjoy games, television or visiting with friends without having an extra piece of furniture.
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