Published at Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 - 04:39:55 AM. Daybed Sofa. By Alberte Duclos.
A daybed is somewhat different from a futon, although many people confuse the two. (After all, they are both used for seating and sleeping). But unlike a futon bed, the daybed does not transform from a sofa into a bed but rather keeps its same appearance no matter what function it is serving. The daybed can be decorated in a variety of ways, with accessories like daybed covers, skirting or underskirt, comforters, and of course, a row of pillows across the back of the bed.
Daybeds were a common sight during the Victorian Era. Like their name signifies, they are used for sleeping during the day, although during the Victorian Era they were usually located in a room called a fainting room where women would go to recover from a near fainting spell that was caused by the lack of proper breathing while wearing a tight corset. Of course daybeds have evolved from their meager beginning and their usage during the Victorian Era to a piece of furniture that can double into an extra bed. Even iron daybeds have a design to fit into the décor of any room in which they are located and blend in with the other furniture.
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