Published at Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 - 04:58:33 AM. Daybed Sofa. By Alberte Duclos.
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.
Standard daybed frames are comprised of two arms and a back, imitating the basic structure of a sofa. The back of the daybed is often elaborate, creating visual interest and providing a focal point. It also gives this type of bed its character and charm, making the back of the daybed its most distinctive feature. An integral part of the frame, the deck of daybed supports the mattress, keeping it in place. The two main types of daybed decks are link spring and slatted.
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