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If your child has a lot of toys or loves to read, a kids daybed is an excellent option with tons of potential. Many kids daybeds have built-in bookcases, drawers, or shelving that provide organization and put their favorite stuffed animals or action figures on display. A space-saving trundle that hides an extra mattress is also helpful for sleepovers. More
1PerfectChoice Hamden Transitional Sturdy Metal Daybed Day Bed Optional White
Baxton Studio 424-7324-Amz Aubrielle Modern And Contemporary Fabric Trundle Daybed
Baxton Studio 424-7325-Amz Aubrielle Modern And Contemporary Fabric Trundle Daybed
Baxton Studio 424-8058-AMZ Gwendolyn Modern and Contemporary Fabric Upholstered Daybed
As the centerpiece, a kids daybed needs to be age-appropriate and big enough to be comfortable. Opt for a twin to suit a toddler and consider a full or queen for teens. When choosing kids daybeds, the shape, size, and layout of the room is critical. You'll want to leave adequate floor space for play as well as other furnishings like a dresser or desk.
Traditional pieces such as sleigh or canopy kids daybeds combine whimsy and timeless style that is especially appealing to younger children. Update tween and teen bedrooms with a mid-century modern kids daybed or a contemporary upholstered model for a more grownup vibe. If your young adult prefers something more streamlined, select a minimalist, backless piece with bolster pillows.
Colors and Finishes
Want to match a classic color scheme when decorating with a kids daybed? Seek out fabric upholstery in inky blacks, neutral grays, or deep browns like espresso or walnut. To revitalize a bedroom, try a bold apricot, indigo, or dusky rose to create a cheerful, eclectic palette. Finish options for kids daybeds also include polished chrome, durable paint, high gloss varnish, or the rustic look of lacquer.
Wood, especially pine and maple, is a common component of both traditional and modern kids daybeds. Fabrics range from cozy microfiber to easy-to-clean vinyl. Metal frames are also a lightweight, budget-friendly option. Use an innerspring or hybrid mattress on a kids daybed to customize the level of support or choose foam platforms or button-tufted cushions for a more sophisticated approach.