Published at Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 - 04:50:02 AM. Daybed Sofa. By Bethsabee Lafaille.
The change in use of daybeds since the Victorian Era has not diminished their importance but rather added an air of elegance in their manufacturing. They are no longer basic and somewhat unattractive pieces of furniture that remains hidden until they are needed-in fact in some homes they represent the furniture of choice for the den or family room. The reasons for this vary but one major reason is because those tend to be the rooms where people like to take daily naps or where overnight guests are housed. Although there may be other rooms as well, the den and family room are usually the most common places to find even a trundle day bed. Though the purposes for daybeds may vary among owners, there is no doubt they have remained popular in the years following the Victorian era.
Contemporary daybeds serve a different purpose than daybeds during the Victorian Era yet they still hold the same popularity. They are perfect as a bed in a child's room or as an extra bed in the den in case of last minute overnight visitors. One thing that has not changed since the Victorian Era is the beauty of daybeds as a versatile sleeping accommodation that can also provide additional seating as well. Choosing the right daybed for your home can make a big difference in the aura it portrays as well as the amount of space it allows. Metal or wrought iron day beds can provide a different look in the room whether it's a den, bedroom or any other room where you may find the need for a daybed.
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