If you’re looking around for furniture and considering a buying a daybed you might be overwhelmed. There are as many choices out there as there are ways to decorate a room.
Here is a guide to daybed bedding to help you make a choice:
A daybed is nothing more than a really functional couch. You can use it as an extra bed or as a living room accent piece. Some daybeds even pull out to turn into a larger bed. If space is limited in your home a daybed can help make a room more functional; a daybed turns a living room into a bedroom!
There are a lot of options for the actual bedding part of the daybed. One is to use decorative throw pillows as a backrest. Of course there are daybeds that have a built in padded back piece too. Even a back piece is optional.
There are daybeds that have a small arm chair sort of back rest, othere have a full blown couch look, and there are even ones that look just like a swanky psychologist’s couch with a gentle S curve.
For functional daybeds you can use a twin mattress and then cover it with a tight fitted sheet to match any décor.
Style wise they can be made with any sort of framework. From minimalist utilitarian steel tubing to a funky contemporary design, to a rustic rough-hewn wood there is a style frame for any decor.
There are plenty of other options available. You can go with a futon, sleeper sofa or a purely decorative upholstered daybed.
What it all boils down to is what looks best in your home.
Do you need functionality or just an extra couch?
Whatever the reason, a day bed can help liven up any home while giving you the functional aspect of having an extra bed on hand.
Once you have decided on the style of daybed that suits your home, you will find lots of daybed bedding available with which to dress it up and complete a totally coordinated look.
All you need to do is grab a coffee and take the time to browse online for what works just right for you and your decor.
Here is an example of a handy daybed with a trundle for even more bed space.