By Alberte Duclos. Daybed Sofa. Published at Wednesday, April 11th, 2018 - 09:52:31 AM.
As you can guess from its name, the daybed is a piece of furniture which is used for sleeping during the day. But daybeds are more similar to sofas that to normal beds. This is why you usually find the daybeds positioned in the living room. The modern daybed has the structure of a sofa: a back and 2 arms. But the contemporary daybeds have the advantage that they have a nice design. Because of the modern design, you can add a daybed as a piece of furniture in your new stylish living room. Of course, the daybed can be a great option if you are living in a studio. During the night you can use it as a bed and during the day it has the role of a sofa.
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.
Adding a trundle to the daybed increases the sleeping space. They are normally stored under your daybed and when can be pulled out when you need an extra bed. Roll out trundles are quite common and they convert the daybed into a twin size sleeping space. With the option of a trundle your sleeping space would be equivalent to a twin size mattress.
The second question is just slightly more complex. A trundle is a second bed stored beneath the main daybed. Their uses depend on the type of trundle available. The two standard types of trundles are the drawer-type and the pop-up trundle. As its name suggest, the drawer-type trundle is like the drawer in any piece of furniture. It pulls out and holds a second twin-size mattress. While convenient, it has but one use and is specific to the model of the daybed.
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