Mattress. Wednesday , November 08th , 2017 - 21:00:58 PM
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 this mattress first arrived on my doorstep (I ordered it online) I immediately noticed it would be a bit difficult getting it up my stairs. It must be at least 100 pounds because I needed help from 20 other people just to get it into my room.
If your futon will only be used occasionally, perhaps in a guest room or formal living room, the mattress is a place where you can save some money. A simple cotton-filled mattress should suffice. If the futon is meant for daily use, in a den or child's room, you need a high-quality mattress. A coil-filled mattress will hold up to the rigors of daily or nightly use. The costs of the mattresses are directly related to how durable and comfortable they will be.
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