Published at Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 - 05:09:12 AM. Daybed Sofa. By Auriane Neri.
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.
In many homes, a day bed is a great solution for adding extra sleeping space because, while they don't actually convert into one, they can be used as a sofa during the day and a bed at night. So, day bed bedding must be comfortable, versatile and durable. Daybeds are essentially defined by the daybed bedding. Also, daybed bedding sets typically include items like daybed covers, accent pillows and matching shams and/or pillowcases that are not included in standard bedding sets. Before shopping for daybed bedding designed to perfectly fit daybed mattresses, it's good to know what to look for.
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