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Tips Before Buy Ikea Futon

Ikea Futon – You have decided to buy a futon because of the versatility of this piece of furniture, because of its beauty, because it is fashionable or because you want to achieve in your home a Japanese style decoration. And now you have to option for one and you don’t know what materials should be manufacture, which ikea futon has the longest durability or what types there are. A futon with wooden structure is usually the best option for quality and warmth in the decoration.

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Hollow metal futon are inexpensive, but their structures have a limited life span. When buying an ikea futon it is not advisable to be guided by appearance rather than solidity. The Japanese style ikea futon have a pallet of compressed cotton or buckwheat husks and are thin. The shikibutón or Japanese futon mattress is generally 5 centimeters thick, and can be folded up to be stored in a closet or other small space.

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A western style cotton filled ikea futon is usually thicker than the Japanese futon mattress and used on the structure. The cotton futons are softer, breathe better than the foam mattress and are heat insulating. If you want to buy a durable futon, keep in mind that the more assiduously you are going to convert it into an armchair and vice versa, the stronger the structure should be and the thicker and harder the mattress should be.

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