Brief history of our company
In the early 80s, futon mattresses became incredibly popular in America. The futon mattresses were made directly in the back room of the store on the Beaubien street in Montreal. In those days, the futons were very simple mattresses that was folded on itself and were put against the wall. The first wooden frames were created to lift the mattress up from the floor and the futon as we know it today was born.
One of the pionneer in Canada, Futon d’or continued to innovate to this day, offering a greater diversity of products and using better materials such as high density foam, latex, wool and recycled polyester.
We are a family business and always considered our employees and business partners as part of our extended family.
Sharon, our seamstress, has over 25 solid years of experience and Arthur, our delivery guy, began his journey in the transport and moving industry with his small van more than thirty years ago. As they say, experience can’t be bought, it has to be acquired.
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Futon d’or : Bientôt en ligne (novembre 2014)
Le futon, meilleur ami du dos (juillet 2014)
L’effet futon (2012)
Home Profile (2007)
Sweet dreams (2006)
Le futon cuvée 2005 (2005)
Des futons étonnants et polyvalents (1999)
|Monday-Wednesday||10h – 6h|
|Thursday-Friday||10h – 8h|
|Saturday||10h – 5h|
|Sunday||12h – 5h|
– Dec. 31st and Jan. 1st (New Year)
– Easter Sunday
– Patriots Day
– Quebec National Day
– Canada Day
– Labor Day
– Dec. 24th and 25th (Christmas)