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.
Platform beds range from a simple wood pallet, elegantly curved sleigh beds, storage and captains platform beds, all the way to full enclosed 4 poster Canopy beds for the truly extravagant. The basic platform bed is one that is low profile and generally does not have a headboard or footboard. Learn more about Platform Beds.
Platform bed frames are an ideal purchase for several reasons, not least of all is the price. They are strong and durable, they do not require a boxspring, they offer storage space, and they are offered in a variety of styles. Click Here to learn why you should get a Platform Bed.
Of the many platform bed styles, the most common include, contemporary, traditional, Mission, space-saving, and eco-friendly. Click Here To Learn More About Platform Bed Styles.
Platform bed frames pair very well with futon mattresses and regular mattresses. Mattresses and platform bed frames are designed to be used without a foundation or box spring. Learn more about selecting the right Mattress for your frame.
Do you need box springs for a platform bed? The answer simply is NO. Click to learn more about why you don't need Box Springs.