Purple futon is very useful furniture with its sofa / bed combination style. It is also possible to build bunk beds of futon so you have a bed / couch on the bottom and another bed at the top. While futon bunk beds can already be purchased constructed, it is possible to build one of two separate futons.
Take two purple futon sets, preferably two that are exactly the same. Measure the length, width and thickness of each piece of wood that makes up the headboard and footplate, especially the width and thickness of the posts. Construct your own bunk bedside tables and footboards with your own wood. The posts should not be more than seven feet high, but should probably be wider and thicker than the original – possibly up to twice as thick. Drill holes in bedside tables and footboards sufficiently large for the bolts that followed with futon frames.
Attach the frames to the bedside tables and footboards with bolts and nuts. Make sure the purple futon frames are firmly connected to the bedside tables and footboards. Make sure the bolts are firmly fixed and the frame will not jiggle at all. This is especially true of the transfer fox. Build a ladder for access to the crossover. It may be best to attach this ladder to the gates to hold it in place. (Because the frame is probably metal, attached it is not likely.)