Published at Monday, September 10th, 2018 - 13:03:56 PM. Futon. By Erica Gross.
The world of mattresses can be a little perplexing, or even frustrating. Simply laying on a mattress for a few minutes won‘t necessarily tell you if it will be comfortable to sleep in for an entire night. It‘s hard to get an accurate feeling for one mattress, let alone the hundreds of others that are on the market, each of which makes wild claims as to what it can help you achieve. When you get down to it, it‘s pretty obvious that the only thing a good mattress should do is help you get a good night‘s sleep.
In recent years, the consolidation of living spaces has made even low square feet home multipurpose enough to resemble a full-fledged home. Multitasking and multi-purposing are the goal of this category of fold-out furniture and multifunction seats and couches. An obvious example is the futon mattress. Originating in Japan, the futon has existed for quite awhile and was used are the primary bed. Typically it was filled with softening things, so that it was comfortable, but also flexible. The primary advantage is that the Japanese would fold it up and place it in a closet during the day so that the room could be used for another function. Although this the entomology and history of the futon mattress, it is still pertinent to today‘s definition. In traditional Japanese culture, this is still the primary function of the futon.
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