Sears futons are flat mattresses that are often paired with a framework that can be used as a casual sofa or bed. Futons originated in Japan, but have since been transformed into modern versions that are used as space savers and ornaments in the living room, office and bedroom. Futons are popular in all age groups and follow most decors.
Sears futons are normally used for a place of rest and relaxation, but it can be found in a living room or family room as a casual piece of furniture fittings. Futons are often used by students and apartment dwellers because of their ability to quickly transform from a sofa to a bed in minutes. This enables space-saving alternative in small living spaces. The thickness of the futon’s important function and comfort. The futon that will be used daily to sleep is a thick foam futon mattress is the best choice. Futons are approximately equal to a large love seat in length and width and fold out to the size of a double bed when laid flat.
One should consider what the primary use of the sears futons will be and establish a budget from there. If the futon is casual furniture that is used only occasionally, a more inexpensive futon that is thinner would suffice. Most futons used daily, especially in children, cannot withstand excessive wear – and most generally only lasts about two years. Futon is not built to handle the extra weight, pressure and abuse because they do not have a box spring.