Published at Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 - 04:37:51 AM. Daybed Sofa. By Claudine Beaulne.
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.
When shopping for a daybed, be sure to look for quality. There are many of these types of beds on today's market, but like anything else, cheap usually means inferior quality. A daybed must be strong to stand up to its double duty of providing seating and being a good place to sleep, so look for a model that is built sturdily of solid materials, either wood or strong metal, so that it will hold up to extraordinary wear or tear that is usually given to this piece of furniture.
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