Futons & Convertible Sofas Beds

Futons are versatile pieces that can save space and money. Stylish and practical, they are ideal for guest rooms, make comfortable loveseats, and are perfect for small-scale living. To choose the best one for you, shop for a futon the same way you would a mattress by testing its comfort, softness, and flexibility. More

How to Choose a Futon

Those short on space or simply trying to maximize functionality should consider adding a futon to the room. These versatile pieces of furniture start out as a comfortable sofa and double as a relaxing bed. Made of quality materials such as leather, memory foam, microfiber and velvet, they are available in assorted colors and styles, our futons put the finishing touches on any living room, bedroom, or guestroom. Futons traditional come as two pieces, the futon frame and the futon mattress, but some of today's best futons boast the features of a sleek traditional sofa that folds flat for sleeping. Treat your overnight guests to a luxurious night of sleep on a plush, space-saving futon. Relaxing in style has never been easier.

Sizes, Styles & Colors

The most common smaller futon mattress sizes are twin and full, they're also available in large sizes such as queen and king. Typically, futon mattresses come in solid, neutral colors like classic black and white. More playful futon covers are available in diverse colors and patterns. You also have the option of changing the cover to update your room's appearance. Decorative pillows and throw blankets also provide the opportunity to switch up style and appeal. Futon frames can be found in a wide variety of different wood, metal or paint color finishes. It is easy to find one that coordinates with the styling of the other pieces in your room.

Popular color and style options include:

Choosing Fabric & Materials

Pick your futon mattress based on your need for support or comfort. Innerspring mattresses are firm surfaces that offer the perfect amount of back support, while foam filling adds softness. If you're looking to save space, pieces with cotton, wool, or polyester stuffing easily fold up. Frames are made from both sturdy woods and metals. Both offer durability, though metal is typically less expensive than wood. Still, Futons can be found in the $200 or $300 price range.