Posted by: thefutonshoppaloalto | February 17, 2011


What a wallhugger…you can’t deny the fact that if you are closing and opening your futon everyday, you will want something that doesn’t need to be pulled away from the wall every time you use it. So you put it close to the wall to save space, what happens when you open it? Scratched walls and chipped paint are common occurrences that happen with standard back-flipping frames. Our futon wallhugger frames slide towards you when opened and come with a front leg for added support. Turn them into a love seat, and you have a extra ottoman to use as a bench. They’re less clunky and smoother than your traditional wood frame.

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