You may hear futons described as a three-seat, love seat, lounge, click-clack bed, dorm futon, or bunk bed futon. It is best to read the description thoroughly to better understand the type of futon they are selling and if it will fit your needs. The description of the futon will typically supply the dimensions of the futon mattress. If the dimensions are 60x80, then this is a queen mattress and most likely a three-seat futon.
The benefit of a click clack bed is that it will have an innerspring mattress, and the armrests are removable if needed. A lounger futon provides the purchaser with different options for the furniture. It can be used like a couch, with the bottom part of the futon curled underneath, as a lounger, with the top portion upright and the bottom part extended, or as a bed. Lounge futons are often sold without armrests, and some people like to create their own sectional by placing a lounger and a love seat or three seat futon together.
One company makes a line of infant futon mattresses. There are stuffed mattresses that can be used with a bassinet or layette. When a person wants to buy a futon, they should understand the differences. Modern futons include different styles, and some of these types of futons may not be what the person is looking for. It is important to see a picture of the item or view it in person before buying it to make sure it is the type of futon that the buyer has in mind.
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