Published at Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 - 04:51:24 AM. Futon Sofa. By Claudine Beaulne.
If you are the practical type who happens to have a small apartment then you know the difficulties that are entailed by having not enough space. One of the challenges of having a small, compact living space is how to maximize it without being to cluttered. You will want to make use of as much space as you can but you would also want to make it as comfortable as possible. You would want to make it a home that you will want to live in and be proud of.
As for the mattress, it really depends on the nature of your use and your expectations from your futon. There are usually four kinds of mattresses available for a futon sofa, each with its plus points. Cotton-foam blends are best suited if you want a lightweight mattress, not to mention it holds its shape and doesn't sag. If you want a mattress which is even lighter, go for a cotton-polyester blend which has flexibility, softness and firmness in one package. Cotton-wool, on the other hand, are for those who want a cuddly soft mattress, and aren't afraid of having it sag. Lastly, towards the more traditional side are inner spring mattresses with spring in between layers of wool and cotton, though inevitably heavier than the average lot.
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