Futon. Wednesday , February 28th , 2018 - 14:53:42 PM
Futon frames that have slats that are 2.5\" wide should have at least twelve slats on the seat and twelve on the back for a total of 24 slats. Futons with 1.75\" slats should have at least 15 slats on the seat and 15 slats on the back for a total of 30 slats. If the slats are any thinner or if the respective futon you are considering has less slats than indicated here, you might want to ask why.
One of the most vital actions before getting a futon bed is measuring the amount of space where you would want to place it. From there, you could decide which size of futon to get: the twin, full or the king/queen sizes. Futons take more space than the usual bunk beds so make certain that there are extra spaces to accommodate it. Once you open the futon, it might take up a lot more space than you initially thought of. If you plan to have other furniture to be placed adjacent to a futon, make sure it is easily movable to avoid hassle when opening up the futon.
Is it time to give your house a Spring Cleaning? No matter what time of year, your house could benefit from a good old fashioned Spring Cleaning. Make sure you pay attention to your futon sofa. You futon is a workhorse. It is there for you, day in and day out. It deserves a new cover and you deserve a new look in your living room!
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