Posts Tagged ‘futon’

Floor Models

The Futon Shop in San Mateo has a few discontinued Sofa Sleepers on the floor for %35 off!  This Lincoln Park Wallhugger Sofabed turns into a supportive extra long double sleeper in a nice black faux leather upholstery.  The Regular price was $869.95 now $565.50 with the 35% savings!

Come down and take a look!

-The Futon Man

Pablo Sandoval is back. I’m not claiming he’s back to what he was pre-injury, but he might be. His presence though was definitely felt last night, and while you could chalk the fact that every position player in the game (minus the 1 at-bat Stewart had) got a hit to the warm Arizona evening, I’m going to give Panda some credit. Everybody looked a little less miserable and I’m sure it lifted the burden of Ross, Huff and Schierholtz, who seem to take turns saving games for us lately.

Go Giants!

-The Futon Man

Times are tough…

The economy is not what it once was and many people are now faced with what they have to do to make ends meet…

My Uncle has a spare bedroom and after the kids moved out, he decided to rent it!  Not a bad idea for $600 a month?

He gave me a call and we set him up with a full size Wallhugger Futon set that works perfect for the space! It cost him less than a grand delivered with a 5 Year warranty and will pay for itself after a couple months…

Come down to The Futon Shop in San Mateo and take a look!

-The Futon Man

35 Year Anniversary for The Futon Shop!

 

Come on in to The Futon Shop in San Mateo and take a look at the new textures and patterns that are available for your futon!  When you buy a new cover for your set, it’s like buying a new sofa!  Now, celebrating our 35 Year Anniversary, The Futon Shop is offering 40%  microfiber suede covers.  Also, If you buy a futon frame or a platform bed at regular price we will give you 50% off any futon mattress!  Or, receive 20% off store wide!  Whatever works for you!

Come in and tell them The Futon Man sent you!

Multi-functional Furniture!!

This piece of multi-functional furniture from The Futon Shop can change from a beautiful dark wooden chest to a drop down twin or queen size bed!   Many people I have spoke with over the last year or two have been downsizing and choosing to save money renting a studio rather than a one bedroom…  This chest works perfect in a small space!  It operates like a Murphy Bed,  Just dropping down as a soft comfortable bed at night and a functional piece of furniture with storage draws when closed! And like the Murphy Bed, our Organic Futons are hand made in San Francisco!!

William Lawrence Murphy (1876–1959), applied for a patent for the Murphy bed on April 1, 1916, and was granted Design Patent D49,273 on June 27, 1916. Murphy started the Murphy Wall Bed Company and began production in San Francisco. In January 1990, the company changed its name to the “Murphy Bed Co. Inc.”.

In 1989, an appellate court held that the term “Murphy Bed” is no longer entitled to trademark cover because a substantial majority of the public perceive the term as a generic term for a bed that folds into a wall, rather than the specific model made by the Murphy Bed Co

A little piece of History!

-The Futon Man

Enough is enough with this Bay Area Storm!

OK, I have sad it before and I’ll say it again! Enough is enough with this Bay Area storm!  Please drive careful in the high winds, heavy rain and flooded roads!!


The downpours have caused treacherous driving conditions in the Bay Area.  Gusts of 50 mph or more forced The C.H.P. to stop big rigs ad RV’s from crossing the Richmond/San Rafael Bridge.  The wind also toppled power lines in Pacifica where HWY 1 was shut down in both directions.

Forecasters predict that the storm will generate thunder showers, high winds and even tornadic conditions through Friday!

I think if everyone would just turn on their headlights, slow down, and use common sense while driving, the roads will be much safer!

-The Futon Man

 

 

Tahoe Spring Skiing in May? Woohoo!

What is up with these storms in the Bay Area?  Enough is enough already!  I guess I won’t be playing any golf in the near future… Oh well…   On the bright side, Tahoe Spring skiing is off the hook!   Squaw is staying open until May 31st, and Kirkwood and Heavenly are both staying open until May 1st.   Load up your snowboards/ skis and put on your Hawaiian shirts, shorts, and sunscreen and go enjoy the slopes!   In May, you could probably ski one day and sunbath on the beach the next?  AWESOME! Here are the up to date ski conditions!

 


Lake Tahoe Snow Conditions

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Alpine Meadows Ski Resort

New snow last 24 hours 19″
Base total 177″
Summit total 293″
% of lifts open 57%
Currently open Open
View full snow report at Alpine Meadows Ski Resort or OnTheSnow.com

Heavenly Mountain Resort

New snow last 24 hours 14″
Base total 117″
Summit total 158″
% of lifts open 90%
Currently open Open
View full snow report at Heavenly Mountain Resort or OnTheSnow.com

Kirkwood Mountain Resort

New snow last 24 hours 14″
Base total 220″
Summit total 263″
% of lifts open 42%
Currently open Open
View full snow report at Kirkwood Mountain Resort or OnTheSnow.com

Mt. Rose-Ski Tahoe

New snow last 24 hours 4″
Base total 132″
Summit total 201″
% of lifts open 0%
Currently temporarily closed due to high winds blizzard conditions Temporarily Closed
View full snow report at Mt. Rose-Ski Tahoe or OnTheSnow.com

Northstar-at-Tahoe Ski Resort

New snow last 24 hours 2″
Base total 111″
Summit total 201″
% of lifts open 79%
Currently open Open
View full snow report at Northstar-at-Tahoe Ski Resort or OnTheSnow.com

Sierra-at-Tahoe Ski Resort

New snow last 24 hours 18″
Base total 118″
Summit total 251″
% of lifts open 36%
Currently open Open
View full snow report at Sierra-at-Tahoe Ski Resort or OnTheSnow.com

Squaw Valley USA

New snow last 24 hours 20″
Base total 250″
Summit total 250″
% of lifts open 58%
Currently open Open
View full snow report at Squaw Valley USA or OnTheSnow.com

Enjoy!!!!!!

-The Futon Man

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