Yes, you can get a loveseat and still sleep two. Futons are available in smaller sizes than a full or queen. They are stylish, comfortable, and small enough to go into any small space. If you are not familiar with the concept, here are a few facts to help you understand the difference between a futon loveseat and ottoman or a loveseat lounger. Keep in mind you can buy different styles and finishes as well as different mattresses in terms of firmness and feel. The covers are always customized for your decor.
Loveseat with a separate ottoman
- A Loveseat needs an ottoman to use as bed
- An ottoman can be used as a seat or coffee table alone
- Use a loveseat with sofa to make an L shaped sectional
- Ottomans can be placed at the end of sofa to form a lounger
- The loveseat has built in ottoman
- Takes less space when not being used as a bed
- Can't use ottoman any other way
- Ottomans can be slanted to form lounge chairs
The nice thing about a loveseat is its versitility. Because of its size, the places it can go are varied. A living area is obvious but how about at the end of your bed? It can provide nice extra seating in a child's room or in an upstairs loft. A large kitchen can often accomadate a small seating area using a loveseat or a long ottoman to make an upholstered bench.
A futon type loveseat gives you extra options. Customize your piece with a zip on slip cover and pillows to coordinate. Futon loveseats give you extra sleeping space when needed. Futon loveseats can go anywhere and move easily when it's time to move. Need recovering? You don't need to spend a fortune, just purchase a new futon cover and put on.
You will be delighted at the variety of styles and finishes futon loveseats and futon chairs come in. It doesn't matter what style you like, we have something that will coordinate with your home decor. The futon store Memphis is the largerest supplier or futons in the mid south.