The Rockwell Armless Wallhugger Futon Frame Sofa Bed from Strata features an extra sturdy design that comfortably pairs with any futon mattress designed and hand crafted by The Futon Shop. One of Strata Furniture's newest designs, the Rockwell Black Walnut Futon Frame is a sleek, low profile, ultra modern looking addition to any room. The clean lines and strong arm surface not only give this frame a beautiful design but excellent functionality. This frame is made from durable hardwood and stained with a low VOC finish. The Rockwell utilizes our Wall Hugger technology and comes in our Black Walnut finish.
Strata wall hugger futon frames are all coated with low VOC finishes.
Available in Black Walnut finish.
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Futon mattresses, futon covers, and pillows sold separately.
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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 What is a Futon?.
Choosing between a traditional sofa bed and a modern futon sofa bed has much to do with personal preference. Each have their own benefits. If you are looking for a more traditional couch look and feel and don’t really care if your guests are comfortable, then a traditional sofa bed, or click clack futon may be the better option for you. However, if you are looking for a versatile, customizable, piece of furniture, a futon will be what works for you both day and night. Futons are smaller, lighter and work better in small spaces. Learn more about Why Buy A Futon?.
If you are looking for an affordable, versatile and comfortable solution for overnight guests don’t discount the futon. The dorm room staple has gone through quite the upgrade over the past few years. Add character or spice up any room while giving guests a comfortable place to rest. When thinking about purchasing a futon there are a few items to consider. With the multiple options and sizes it is a good idea to have an idea or plan on how and where you will be using your futon. You will also want to get to know the futon mattresses, namely what will work on your frame and what will not. And lastly, the type of material you would like your frame made of, namely metal or wood. Learn more about What To Consider When Buying A Futon?.
Different types of futons are available, from the original Japanese futon, to the modern western variants that you store on a frame and fold from a couch to a bed. Even within those categories are multiple types, and each one has different functions and advantages. Learn more about What Are The Types Of Futon Frames?
There are several types of futon frames available including wallhugger futon frames, outdoor futon frames, front loading futon frames, and bunkbed futon frames. Of these types there are two major constructions; the bi-fold and the tri-fold models. Learn more about What Are Futon Frame Styles?
After you have spent days or weeks deciding on the perfect futon mattress and futon frame for your needs, you want to make sure that it lasts a long time. Making sure that you regularly maintain your futon frame will ensure that it lasts for years and years. The maintenance is very easy, most of the time being completed within 5 minutes. When you receive your futon frame make sure that you keep the assembly hardware in a readily accessible place. One convenient place is to tape the allen key and wrench underneath the seat section or behind the front stretcher rail of the frame. Check the bolts on your futon frame every couple of months. If they're loose, lightly tighten them, but take care not to over tighten them. Learn more about How To Care And Maintain Your Futon?
Knowledge is key. Be aware of what is inside your furniture and what options are available to help avoid VOC's or Chemical Flame retardants. You have healthier options available such as purchasing solid wood furniture or selecting water based low VOC paints or stains when purchasing wood furniture. As far as mattresses, there are chemical free as well as organic mattresses available at affordable prices. Learn more about What Furniture Is Best For My Health?