Classic Brands began their journey way back in 1971 as the Classic Corporation. Back then they were the world-leading manufacturer of waterbeds! Random, but it was the seventies. By 2002 they decided to expand their product range to include latex and memory foam mattresses, but they didn’t stop there. Their product line now includes bed frames, pillows, futon mattresses and more!
The Classic Brands Classic 8” Futon Mattress is a luxurious mattress that folds up or fits on a futon frame but immediately bounces back to its original shape once laid flat. The 8-inch mattress features 7-inches of individually wrapped coils which provide even medium-firm support and stability. They’re also durable and unlikely to falter under normal wear and tear conditions.
With black and brown options, you can choose whichever cover suits your décor best. For extra comfort, there’s a 1-inch fiber foam comfort layer which is situated between the springs and the outer cover. The polyester microfiber cover fabric is soft and can be wiped/cleaned with a damp cloth. Use this mattress on any full-sized futon frame or on a regular bed frame as long as it has a foundation or box spring.
DHP is committed to providing functional furniture products at prices you are comfortable with. Its top quality mattresses are built for functionality, but incorporate the latest trends. The DHP 8" Independently Encased Coil Futon Mattress lives up to these and more.
With 15-gauge independently encased coils, this microfiber futon mattress provides a level of soothing comfort that leaves you in dreamland. Here’s a sampling of what you get with this mattress.
The Independently Encased Coil Premium Futon Mattress series comes in different thicknesses (6 and 8 inches) and colors. For color options, you have black, charcoal, chocolate, cobalt, merlot and tan.
Emoor is not a brand you’ve seen on TV, but don’t let that fool you. This is a top brand in Japan, and it pays attention to details. That’s what you get with any futon mattress you buy from Emoor.
The EMOOR Classe Futon Mattress (selling at $145.99 – MSRP) follows in that same tradition. With the handwork of Japanese craftspeople, you can now enjoy a comfortable and practical futon – Japanese style. Many people choose this type of mattress to use alone or with a futon mattress frame. Here are some of the features you get with this high quality futon mattress:
EMOOR Japanese futon mattresses come in 6 sizes: Twin (39 x 83 inches), Twin-long (39 x 83in), Full (55 x 83 inches), Queen(63x79in), Queen Long (63x83in) and King (71x79in).
You can purchase this mattress alone or with a cover set that includes a pillowcase in eight different colors - Beige, black, brown, gray, green, navy, pink and wine - giving you a wide range of options to pick from.
Mozaic is a brand who focus on producing high-quality, reliable and stylish futons, futon mattresses, pillows and outdoor furniture. Their products are highly rated by consumers and their extensive range has something for everyone. Their range of futon mattresses is diverse, including twin, full and queen size options.
The Mozaic 8” Memory Foam Futon Mattress is reversible and a step above the rest thanks to its visco memory foam construction. Not only does it include memory foam, but there’s also polyurethane foam all wrapped up in a cotton mix blend. This construction will last a lot longer than some other alternatives. At 8-inches thick, you’re in for some serious comfort with this mattress and at 75 x 54 inches it’ll fit any standard full futon frame.
When it comes to the cover, Mozaic has taken equal interest in making sure it’s up to scratch. It’s made with a durable poly-cotton mix blend which is soft and stylish-looking. Thanks to the lace tufting, this mattress looks great and will also last a long time. The hand-made mattress is shipped in a vacuum-packed box, so it’ll take a few days for it to return to it’s original shape and width. If you happen to spill something on your new futon mattress (not recommended) then you can clean with a damp cloth and water. It’s not recommended that you use any abrasive cleaners or chemicals.
To make sure they give you as many options as possible, Mozaic has manufactured this futon mattress in 8 colors. Choose from black, blue, hunter green, burgundy, ivory, khaki, navy or red!
D&D Futon Furniture are a brand who specialize in the production of functional and reliable foldable chairs, futon mattresses, Japanese-style futon mattresses and meditation seat cushions. Their products have been reviewed by thousands of consumers and are highly rated.
The D&D Futon Furniture Japanese Floor Futon is a traditional-style Japanese mattress that goes directly on the floor rather than on a futon frame. This makes it ultra-portable and easy to store. You can roll it up and keep it in a cupboard when not in use or leave it out if you want to use it often. Due to its portability it’s also ideal for throwing in the car and taking with you anywhere you go.
This mattress is 3 inches thick, which includes a layer of white cotton, a layer of foam and a layer of polyester fiber. By incorporating three layers of materials, D&D ensure that this futon mattress is comfortable enough to sleep on even when placed on the floor. During manufacturing, the mattress was tested against strict flame retardant guidelines, so you can rest easy in this knowledge. When you receive your mattress, it will be compressed and will take a few days and some stretching out to regain its full size and shape.
D&D Futon Furniture also makes thicker folding Japanese futon mattresses and folding futon chair sleepers.
A futon is a multifunctional piece of furniture that helps to save both space and money since you can use it as a bed or a sofa. That’s the great thing about futons! Unlike a folding bed that still requires storage space, futons can be simply folded into a futon couch when not in use as a bed. Futons come in two types – ones with a separate mattress on a frame and ones where the bed is built into the structure of the futon couch. This review focuses on the first type, but more specifically, the actual mattress. Yes, there are frames that come with a mattress included. However, many people like the idea of purchasing them separately so they can get exactly the mattress type, style, and design that fits both their décor and personal preferences.
Nowadays, with the need for smaller living arrangements, space management must be down to an art. To help us maximize minimal living space, and get the most out of it, we have furniture like folding tables, folding chairs, and almost anything that can be designed to fold. Futons are not a modern innovation but have been around for generations. The main change it has undergone has been its design, in order to keep up with innovation and the need to fit furniture into modern homes, all while retaining its multifunctionality. The mattress that goes with it is as essential as the frame itself and should not be taken lightly when deciding which type to use.
Although we’ve featured five amazing futon mattresses, there are still more options out there that we want to tell you about. If you want to broaden your horizons and check out a few others, don’t miss the Kodiak Furniture Full Size Futon Mattress (or one of their many other sizes) where all of the coils are individually encased for a more durable product.
Alternatively, the double-sided Serta Cypress Innerspring Queen Size Futon Mattress is also a great product. It comes in a variety of colors to choose from too. Now, if you want luxury, then you NEED to look at the Otis Bed Luxury Futon Mattress. It is packed with 14 inches of HD foam and polyfiber for an uninterrupted, restful night’s sleep.
Before making any decisions though, check out what consideration factors you need to keep in mind and take a look through our list of five reliable and trusted brands.
The price of a futon mattress typically vary according to its features. Factors such as size, thickness, cover; material and brand would greatly impact on the price tag of futon mattresses. When shopping for a futon mattress, you should bear these things in mind and also weigh them with your taste and preferences. To help you have an idea of what you should expect to pay, we checked and found out that a good futon mattress would be in the range of around $110 to $640. As with any other product, there are brands that are high end or have premium products as well as regular products. That said, you should note that high end futon mattresses might be costlier than the upper limit we have stated here.
In the course of research for this review, we came across some cheap futon mattresses. Yet, we have not featured them in this review because we do not deem them worth your while. We wouldn't want you to waste your energy, time and money on products that are not durable and would not deliver as advertised.
Rest assured that any brand mattress that you choose based on this review would give you good value for your money.
A futon is versatile furniture that can be used as a couch or as a bed. However, you cannot use just any kind of mattress on a futon. There are mattresses that are more suited for them as they have features that would adapt them to the function of a futon; some of these features include:
Before you buy a futon mattress, you need to know the dimensions of the futon frame that you want to use it for. Futon frames come in different styles; frames that fold into two sections and frames that fold into three sections. The ones that fold in two are just like your regular couch that has arms and legs and would require thicker mattresses than the ones that fold into three sections. So, if you have a futon frame that folds into two sections, then ensure that the mattress you purchase is not less than five inches thick.
If you use your futon more as a couch and only occasionally for guests, you need to get a mattress that has a high level of firmness or rigidity. This would ensure that it doesn’t sag with time but would retain its square edges. But if you use your futon regularly as a bed, then you would need a mattress that’s flexible and able to adapt to the constant folding and unfolding that comes with converting from couch to bed.
Check the material the mattress is made of: cotton, coils or slabs of foam. Mattresses that are coil-filled are usually very comfortable, but after some time they lose their shape and are better used for futons that are used as beds regularly. The ones that retain their shape over a long period are the ones made of solid foam, and these are the ones that have a high level of firmness/rigidity.
It is necessary to know the dimensions of your futon frame before you buy a mattress since getting the wrong sized mattress would be inconvenient. The cover of the mattress is also important because it would determine the durability of the mattress and it would also add or detract from the overall ambiance of your décor.
Futon mattress covers come in different fabrics such as micro suede, cotton or microfiber. Some of them are water resistant, fire retardant and mold resistant, to varying degrees. If you would use your futon as a couch more regularly than as a bed, you might want to get a cover that’s made of synthetic fiber like rayon, acrylic or polyester materials. They are easy to clean and are known to be more durable than cloth-like materials or fabric.
If you are interested in changing how your futon looks seasonally, you might want to buy different budget friendly covers to enable you to switch things up occasionally. But, if you don't mind having a particular design, you might want to consider buying a long-lasting, premium-quality cover.