The word FUTON is a Japanese word originally referring to any round mat our cushion filled with leaves. The traditional Japanese Futon is a group of three products making up a bed. The three products consist of a futon, which is a thin cotton pad, a shikibuton which is a three folding pad that sits under the thin cotton pad, and a Kakibuton which is a comforter that goes on top of the thin cotton pad. Learn more about Futons.
Futon Covers protect your mattress underneath as it protects the surface when being used as a sofa, bed, or couch. Machine Washable, Stain Resistant & Dryer Safe! Learn more about Futon Slipcovers.
If you are looking to purchase futon slipcover you may have noticed there are hundreds if not thousands of options available, ranging from color, pattern, size, and price. Click Here To Learn More About How To Choose The Right Futon Slipcover.
Not only is the type of material a distinguishing factor of fabrics, but also the way in which the fabric has been woven can further subdivide fabrics. Click Here To Learn More About The Different Fabrics We Use.
Natural vs. Synthetic Fabrics
When having to choose between different fabrics, there are many options to consider, including the type of fabric, color, the pattern, the size, and the price. The type of fabric can be overwhelming for some, but a simple choice for other's. Becoming familiar with the different types of fabrics will help to remove some of the confusion on purchasing not just futon slipcovers, but also pillows, bedding and clothing. Click to learn more about natural & synthetic fabrics.
There are two important factors of slipcover construction, the first being how the cover is designed, whether it uses zippers or buttons, or if there is welting or not. The other factor is what the slipcover is constructed out of, i.e. what material is used to make the slipcover. Click to learn more about how we make our futon slipcovers.
Growing conventional cotton requires the use of enormous amounts of toxic chemicals creating a vastly negative impact on the environment. Choosing Organically produced items will help to alleviate these health risks and leave a smaller footprint on the environment. Click to learn more about cotton & the environment.