Published at Friday, 11 October 2019. Sleeper Sofas. By Clarice Lamattina.
Try Before You Buy. Try out the mattress before you make your decision. After all, if you don't think that the mattress is comfortable then your family and friends won't likely think that its comfortable either.
Day beds consist of three major parts – the day bed frame, the mattress support (spring or slat system), and of course the mattress itself. The frame is made of three pieces – a larger back panel plus two smaller end panels. The frame/panels can be made of various wood types, metals, or even a combination of wood and metal. And, just as with standard bed frames, be certain to select a sturdy, durable, and well-crafted frame that can easily support and handle the mattress.
Third, the mattress comfort, as well as the seating, is very important. We have all experienced sore backs from the old sofa beds, so choose carefully. Mattress components vary from the dreaded thin inner springs, to foam, memory foam, air mattresses, and combinations of the above. Some new air mattresses offer the advantage of choosing your own comfort level by controlling the air input with a single touch, a great advantage. Try out each mattress if possible, particularly if your studio sofa will be your primary sleeper in a small space. Keep in mind that the sleeper bed will be closed most of the time, so ask how easy it is to clean, if will it collect dust and mildew, and can it be replaced.
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