By Brigitte Schreiber. Daybeds. Published at Monday, March 12th, 2018 - 04:05:36 AM.
Decorating any room in your home with a Modern daybed, whether it be a home office, living room, guest room or teens room, allows you the versatility and style that you desire for your home without overpowering any other key elements you may want to show case. Offering you style and functionality these daybeds are a wonderful decorative piece that serves a dual purpose. Making them a must have.
Finally, there are 4 types of daybeds you can choose from: The Standard Daybed, Canopy Daybed, Chaise Daybed, and Sleigh Daybed. Standard Daybeds are available in a number of styles, and can feature trundle bed additions. Even though they do not convert from a couch to a sleeper like a futon, the one thing all standard daybeds have in common is that they are adaptable. They can be made to appear like a couch while functioning as a primary or additional sleeping space.
Have Daybeds Always Brought Beauty to Your Bedroom? The daybed is an extraordinary piece of furniture with multi-purposes that has a long history dating back to the medieval times. This means that some form of the daybed frame has been around for centuries. However, they have gone through many changes throughout the years. The designs created by the ancient Greek, Roman and the Egyptian artisans and designs made during the Victorian Age were the foundation for all the designs that are available today. It seems that every culture has some form of daybed frame ranging from the very simple to the complex. It has always been an essential part of any home and still holds value today. To help you get an idea of just how popular daybeds have always been, below is an outline explaining what types of daybeds were popular during each era.
Daybeds are generally used for sleeping during the daytime (as the name suggests). However, daybeds also differ from standard beds in that daybeds are commonly used as a sofa, making them ideal for use in living rooms, family rooms, dens, and bedrooms. However, because of this rather thin definition, many may still confuse a daybed with a Futon. Daybeds generally do not transform from couch to bed like a futon, and are more decorative than a futon as well, utilizing accessories such as covers, skirts, throw pillows, and comforters.
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