Significance of Using an Organic Futon Mattress
Futons spark great interest among folks looking for a healthier way to sleep as well as those who want to make their space more usable. Derived from Japanese floor-beds, several types of futon mattresses now exist in the market and they vary in thickness, design, as well as construction. Regardless of your preference, futons offer great space and health benefits for those who choose them over traditional beddings.
For a traditional Japanese person, a futon set-up is not complete without a shikibuton (actual futon laid on the floor), a kakebuton (blanket), and makura (pillow), but when futons entered the western world, they inspired many different types of bedding designs that appealed to different types of sleepers. While futons make you think about cheap, lumpy, student beddings you probably had to endure throughout your college years, quality futons do exist, and they offer great advantages over the conventional Western style beds you've grown to love.
Not only do futon mattresses eliminate the possibility and danger of you or your young child rolling off your two three-foot tall bed and sustaining unnecessary injuries, futons also provide you with instant bedding to accommodate unexpected guests. Futons take no time to pull out from storage and roll out on the floor of any room, transforming it into an instant guest bedroom. Just the same, futons mattress are very easy to roll up for storage or moving out (talk about heavy box spring mattresses that take a great deal of strength to lift and take up too much space in the moving truck).
Additionally, futons enable you to maximize the use of a room and use it for more than one purpose. Just like traditional Japanese homes that tend to have open, empty spaces for different purposes, you can turn your space into anything that you please by eliminating large furniture (like a permanent bed frame). Futons that you can easily roll out at night and keep aside the rest of the day enable you to have plenty of space for a play room, a study area, and any other activity you wish to pursue.
Futons, especially organic ones are made out of 100 percent natural materials, which eliminate health risks often associated with chemically doused mattresses.
About the Author:
Dennis and Leora Hornick are the owners of the Organic Mattress Store Inc. They started this business in 2004 and within a few years it became a big brand store in Pennsylvania and the East Coast, all the way to California.
The Organic Mattress Store Inc. is a well-known organic mattress store in Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey. They provide mattresses made up of Dunlop Latex, 100% certified organic cotton and pure wool. They are the market leaders in natural and organic mattress. They have all big brands in their store like Green Sleep, Royal-Pedic, WJ-Southard, Shepherds Dream, Cozy-Pure etc, for you to come in to try out.