Published at Monday, September 10th, 2018 - 15:37:07 PM. Futon. By Mildred Walker.
Futons originated form the Japanese Culture. They were traditionally Japanese bedding. It was a thin mattress that they would roll out on their matt floors to sleep on at night and the next morning would roll them back up for the day. Since then the Futon bed as become westernized in America. During the day the futon is a comfortable couch or sofa and at night it transforms into and equally comfortable bed. Futons are affordable comfortable versatile and convenient way to maximize a small living space. They are a great solution for dorm rooms, small apartments, studios apartments and condos; Futons are two pieces of furniture made into one. During the day it used as comfortable sofa and for night is folds out into a comfortable bed. They are a great versatile piece of furniture to complement any household space.
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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