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I'm in a bit of a situation; to prevent dispute between new housemates next year I've said I'll take the smallest room in the house, which has no real room remaining with a full sized bed in it (length). Therefore I've wagered with the landlord for him to provide a futon bed for my room.

I am in a situation now where I'm looking for decent futon/ sofa beds for the next year and would like some suggestions or recommendations for frames, materials, etc.? I'll have a regular guest staying with me in it so ideally suggestion for a futon to support at least 1 if not 2 average height adults.
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I'm in a bit of a situation; to prevent dispute between new housemates next year I've said I'll take the smallest room in the house, which has no real room remaining with a full sized bed in it (length). Therefore I've wagered with the landlord for him to provide a futon bed for my room.

I am in a situation now where I'm looking for decent futon/ sofa beds for the next year and would like some suggestions or recommendations for frames, materials, etc.? I'll have a regular guest staying with me in it so ideally suggestion for a futon to support at least 1 if not 2 average height adults.
Ikea or argos should do futons with a metal frame.
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Ikea or argos should do futons with a metal frame.
yeah ive found those and have them bookmarked, but was more asking if people had more suggestive arguments regarding if metal would be better or wood frame etc, also for the durability as argos seems to be rather despondent on actually offering much advice.
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yeah ive found those and have them bookmarked, but was more asking if people had more suggestive arguments regarding if metal would be better or wood frame etc, also for the durability as argos seems to be rather despondent on actually offering much advice.
Metal is much less likely to break
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