Mattress. Monday , June 05th , 2017 - 06:00:24 AM
Consider the size - An important fact to know is how many people your mattress is going to accommodate. Air mattresses available on the market today are in twin, full, queen and king sizes.
While daybed mattresses are available only in twin size, they are typically thinner than standard twin size mattresses. Daybed mattresses are deliberately thinner to make allowances for the daybed's distinctive back; you don't want the back so high that the unique design is obstructed from view. There's no law stating that you can't use the standard twin mattress you already have on hand; just make sure that it won't cover up the very features that attracted you to daybed in the first place. When using standard twin size mattresses instead of daybed mattresses, an individual mattress should be no higher than eight inches. Don't forget that you will also need to leave room for daybed bedding.
When you have taken steps to choose the right futon for your home, the next step is to choose a mattress. Your mattress selection will affect the way you and your family are able to enjoy your futon for many years to come, so take a little time before making this decision. Many people who think they are dissatisfied with a futon are actually unhappy about the mattress they chose for it, not the futon. The best way to get lots of use and enjoyment out of this versatile piece of furniture is to take your time choosing a mattress, and invest in the best choice for your particular needs.
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