Faux leather 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 opt for one and you do not know what materials should be manufactured, which futon has the longest durability or what types there are.
Faux leather futon is a sofa that becomes a bed or a pull-out bed that fold up to form a sofa. The difference between the Japanese futon and the western futon are its measurements, its materials, and whether or not it has the structure to become an armchair. The Japanese futon has no structure and folds directly on itself. The frame of the western futon is made of wood or metal, and can have sliding guides that transform the bed into sofa and vice versa, very simply.
Faux leather futon with wooden structure is usually the best option for quality and warmth in the decoration. Hollow metal futons are inexpensive, but their structure has a limited life span. When buying a futon it is not advisable to be guided by appearance rather than solidity. The futon covers are changed and their appearance can be varied to match the decoration of the space for which it is intended.