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How to Choose a Daybed
Picture that empty corner in your den, the vacant area beneath your office window, or the air mattress stuffed in the corner of your guest bedroom. Now, imagine brightening and revitalizing that room with a stylish and space-saving daybed. Both a trendy sofa and a comfortable bed, these pieces are the ideal additions to any home.
Size & Budget Restraints
Most daybeds are suited for twin-sized mattresses, which provide plenty of room for one to have a comfortable nap or a good night's sleep. For additional functionality, many pieces also include built-in shelves or drawers that help you cut clutter. To easily accommodate two guests, opt for a pull-out trundle mattress that slides effortlessly under your daybed's frame.
Daybeds can also be stylish without breaking the bank. Add an assortment of contemporary, chevron accent pillows and faux fur throws for a luxurious look at a bargain price. So long as these beds are sturdy and well-built, their functionality and design versatility ensure that they are never bad investments.
Styles & Colors
To blend perfectly with any decor, daybeds come in many styles, including vintage, rustic, classic, and modern. For rustic or cottage appeal, choose daybeds with light wood, delicate curves, and distressed finishes. If your room currently has a vintage or traditional look, complement it with a low-backed, sleigh-style daybed made of rich, dark wood. For a modern space, try pieces that are glossy and sleek.
Materials & Fabrics
Daybed frames may be wood, metal, or upholstered. Typically, solid wood frames are attractive in addition to being strong and stable, though metal pieces are also durable and may cost less. Upholstered daybeds generously adorned with oversized throw pillows look the most like sofas. Pieces built from unique materials, such as wicker, add one-of-a-kind appeal to a space. However, they may not last as long.