|Manhattan Futon Frame||33" H x 75 - 89" W x 75 - 80" D||Unavailable|
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Gold Bond Manhattan Futon Frame
David from Albion, NE– Verified Buyer
This is a strikingly solid frame. The movement is well-designed. We'd buy it again.
Lew from Boulder, CO– Verified Buyer
Very comfortable with a well designed frame. Easy to operate.
Joan from Houston, TX– Verified Buyer
Solid good looking oak. It definitely needs 2 people to assemble it.
Great quality wood
Mary from Oberlin, OH– Verified Buyer
The futon frame is beautiful quality wood, and was not as difficult to assemble as I feared. The back folds down and up smoothly.
great value for the price
Lynette from Ham Lake, MN– Verified Buyer
fits well with our other mission style pieces, well built, strong, nice quality wood. this is our couch and it look fine, not too futon-y!
sturdy futon frame
pondscum from Colorado Springs, CO– Verified Buyer
This futon sofa looks like a piece of real furniture instead of something disposable -- it's very heavy and sturdily constructed.
Manhattan Futon Frame- love seat
herb tea from Southwick, MA
We purchased this frame for our apartment where we stay a couple days a week. Love it! Strong, stylish, and versatile. We had owned a few inexpensive futon frames before which fell apart. This frame, however, will last forever. Assembly was not a trouble. [...]Highly recommended!
Anonymous from Pennsylvania– Verified Buyer
Anonymous from Missouri
People in the late 1800's were much like we are today. Folks needed their rest after a long day's work. Good sleep has always been the goal for centuries. But a really comfortable mattress? That was a fairly novel idea back in times when mattresses were mostly known as "lumpy". Gold Bond changed that standard, and started a future filled with happy, well-rested customers.
By the end of World War II, Gold Bond was delivering mattresses throughout the East, adding prestigious establishments, leading universities and posh hotels to their clientele. By then, the company had been blending its own cotton for 30 years and a "GOLD BOND" mattress had become an essential bedroom centerpiece. The quality was obvious to fussy homemakers. The comfort was welcomed by weary executives and hardworking tradesmen.
In time the company's contract and retail business continued to grow. People knew the Gold Bond name, so they demanded it. Quality and comfort were always being refined. By now steel innerspring technologies were dominating, yet Gold Bond's pure cotton and hand-made features were beginning to stand alone.
Today, Gold Bond is not only known as a superior quality leader in the mattress industry, it is also world renowned for making the finest futon mattresses. And for starting something entirely new, the modern futon.