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.
The pop-up trundle, conversely, can be used in two ways. It can be used as a second bed in its lowered position, or it can be elevated into the pop-up position to convert the twin-size daybed into a king-size bed. Because the pop-up trundle bed is dual-use and is not constrained to use with a specific daybed model, this is the more popular choice. The pop-up trundle is almost exclusively made of metal.
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