Published at Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 - 05:07:05 AM. Daybed Sofa. By Alberte Duclos.
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.
Standard daybed frames are comprised of two arms and a back, imitating the basic structure of a sofa. The back of the daybed is often elaborate, creating visual interest and providing a focal point. It also gives this type of bed its character and charm, making the back of the daybed its most distinctive feature. An integral part of the frame, the deck of daybed supports the mattress, keeping it in place. The two main types of daybed decks are link spring and slatted.
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