Venice Couch Frame
Futon frame shown in dark chocolate. Mattress sold separately.

Venice Couch Frame

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The Venice futon couch frame by Night & Day stands and delivers with its striking sleigh arm-rest and its tongue-and-groove paneled front. You really can’t go wrong; the Venice fits in everywhere. It is crafted using sustainably harvested solid rubberwood.

Operating the Venice is easy since it uses the most trouble-free futon converting system in the business. The SHOE FITTINGS™ BRONZE operating system allows easy conversion from sofa to bed, and back to sofa, all operated from the front, all in a few quick steps.

The Venice is built to last. Produced from the finest plantation grown materials and constructed with traditional woodworking good sense, including mortise and tenon glue construction of platform slats into frame. The Venice frame utilizes nested body packing. Seat and back decks are fully assembled right out of the box.

All frames Cotton Cloud Futons sell come with a limited lifetime warranty. We have been selling futons and furniture since 1984 and stand behind all the products we sell.

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For Venice assembly instructions, please click here for arms and click here for the body. For operating instructions, click here. When you're done printing or viewing the info, simply close that window to return to this page.

Night and Day Frames are made from Rubberwood (Parawood). Commonly known as the rubber tree or Para rubber tree, it is native to the Amazon Region of South America. Rubberwood produces the latex used in rubber-based products. After the economic life of the rubber tree, which is generally 26-30 years, the latex yields become extremely low and the planters then fell the rubber trees and plant new ones. So, unlike other woods that are cut down for the sole purpose of producing furniture, Rubberwood is used only after it completes its latex-producing cycle and dies. Rubberwood wood is eco-friendly since the wood would otherwise go to waste.

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