Published at Monday, September 10th, 2018 - 14:08:59 PM. Futon. By Gretchen Arnold.
Some companies have turned futon in to the modern term for mattress. As with mattresses, the futon is being advertized for the different composite materials it is comprised off. Product lines for memory foam, biodegradable soy foams are abundant. This is congruent with the ancient Japanese usage for the futon. However, it has developed by having springs incorporating it, which resembles the mattress, although it is sometimes advertised as a futon. The cultural significance to the Japanese housing layout was discussed. The multipurpose advantage of the futon was outlined, and the modern innovations and advertising has been linked to a rebranding of the futon mattress today.
What kind of futon mattress should you get? If you get a single futon bed, the frame and mattress will probably come together. Mattresses sold in Western countries will usually be softer than those found in Japan, but they will still feel firm to people who have slept on soft mattresses all their lives. Buying a very cheap single futon is a bad idea as the mattress is likely to be somewhat flimsy, as is the frame. If you‘re lucky enough to find a store that specializes in selling futon mattresses (and they do exist), do check out their selection. These stores often carry a wide array of futons with different fillings, with several layers of cotton and foam sandwiched to provide a person‘s ideal level of support. The more expensive futons will be thicker and have more filling, but don‘t assume that bigger is better here. The thinner ones will likely provide better support and be less expensive as well.
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