Converts to a full-size bed. Comes in a black faux leather material with a hardwood frame. Has tufted details on the futon, and a slatted design on the back and arms of frame. The tray arms fold down, as needed. Measures 81” wide.
Can be difficult to switch between the bed and couch position.
Measures 69.9”. Futon has a metal frame with chrome legs that turn out. Two-seater couch with 5” cushions for comfortable padding while sitting and sleeping. Has several recline positions. Comes in a few color options.
Futon material may not be the most durable, according to a few customers.
Made with faux leather material. Features rounded chrome legs and a tufted design on the futon cushions. Has an easy assembly process. Measures 74 inches wide. Comes with 2 additional couch cushions, and is available in several colors.
Some of the reviews mentioned that it was not the most comfortable for sleeping.
Futon has defined edges for a nod to a midcentury style, and the tufting and stitching add more design detail. Made with faux leather in white color, and wooden legs on the side and center for more stability. Size measures 74 inches wide.
The fabric doesn’t seem to be very sturdy, with several buyers experiencing loose stitching or seams.
Converts to a twin-size bed. Cushions are constructed with high-density foam. Has button tufting and splayed chrome metal legs. The supportive legs provide balanced stability to the frame for a secure rest. Is 71 inches wide.
Futon sits pretty low, and isn't the most comfortable.
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