Published at Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 - 04:48:41 AM. Daybed Sofa. By Bethsabee Lafaille.
The frame of a typical daybed features two arms and a back piece, making it take on the appearance, somewhat, of a sofa. The frame can be either platform or link springs, much like the box spring on a bed. Some day beds may be supported by a "bunkie" board or a rack of slats. Some daybed models may also feature a trundle that will allow for an additional mattress to be stored beneath it, and then taken out when an additional sleeping spot is required. Trundle daybeds may be "pop-up" units that feature a mattress that rolls out but is the same height as the rest of the bed, while others are a "pull-out" design that features a mattress on a glider or wheels that rolls out from beneath the main mattress.
Now, consider the quality of the bed that you are purchasing. Since it will be doing double duty, it is important to take into consideration the strength and firmness of the mattress. It should be a firm mattress, not a pillow top and definitely not a soft mattress. Otherwise, when someone sits on it, they will sink into it, which doesn't give the correct appeal to a daybed during the day. Look for a well built, sturdy frame, too, as that will help to make it fit well with the other furniture and give the same type of stability that's important with all furniture that's to be used as a couch or chair.
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