IKEA Futon Bed – Futons originated in Japan as thin mattresses, made of straw, which could be rolled up and stored when not in use. Although the way they are done today has changed, the concept remains the same. If you are planning to get a futon bed for your bedroom, office, living room or studio apartment, the transformation of your futon sofa into a bed may vary slightly from the models, but it can be done in a few short steps at any time, making your space more usable.
Pull the backrest on your futon bed forward until you hear a “click” or release the latch on the back of the futon sofa. Push the backrest all the way back it goes in the opposite direction until it is parallel to the ground and clicks. Extend the footrest portion of the futon sofa until it fits and until the legs are fixed on the floor. The horizontal part must be parallel to the ground. Place the extra pad on the footrest part of your extended futon sofa bed. Some models do not come with an extra mattress but instead, come with the cushion that is already fixed. May our discuss today useful as consideration.