Published at Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 - 04:57:30 AM. Daybed Sofa. By Barbe Philippon.
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.
Certain types of beds like daybeds are ideal for furnishing rooms that are small or will have a dual purpose such as a home office/guest bedroom. Daybeds, with their distinctive daybed bedding and daybed mattresses, also make great additions to children's rooms, home offices, indoor porches, sunrooms and family rooms. Because daybeds do not convert into a sofa, but can be used as one, a daybed can be the perfect solution for increasing the sleeping capacity in homes where space is a luxury.
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