Futon. Friday , April 20th , 2018 - 05:17:48 AM
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.
As we have already mentioned, futon frames need reinforcement. The more reinforcement a futon has the more likely it will stand the constant abuse of friends and family. After all, futon frames are not only mechanisms with moving parts, they must also support the weight of your futon mattress and people as well. A general rule is that you should look for as much reinforcement as possible. You could simplify things by keeping a scorecard and counting off the number of angle brackets, stress supports and rub guards a given futon comes equipped with.
To ensure you don't get a sore back after a night's rest, get a futon mattress that is at least several inches thick. Although they're normally priced according to their thickness (the thicker the more expensive), you'd still want something at least 6-7 inches in thickness to optimum comfort.
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