Daybeds are wonderful bedroom furniture pieces that will look beautiful anywhere in your home. From guest rooms, home offices, and even your living room. If you have a spare room in your home, and just aren't sure what to do to it, a twin size daybed can transform the room.
Use your daybed as a place for relaxation for working from home, reading a book, or watching a movie. Daybed features like roll-out trundles and storage areas are always a plus. If you're thinking about turning your extra room into an Airbnb getaway, a daybed with storage drawers is ideal. Give guests an area to store their clothes and belongings. If you're going for a farmhouse style, wood daybeds are always a fabulous option.
There are daybeds that look very similar to modern couches. I recommend those for a home office. The couch style ones usually are built for a twin size mattresses. Metal daybeds are also popular among styles. If you're thinking about putting a daybed in your living room, I think a metal frame would look best.
Since most upholstered twin daybeds don't have a typical headboard at the top of the bed, you're able to place a daybed in small corners of rooms, like your living room. Don't think of a daybed as just a sleeping space you'll never use. Put a memory foam mattress on it and you've got yourself a comfortable bed. My favorite part about daybeds is that most of the time, they don't require a box spring.
They're already cheaper than most bed frames and then you get to save money on not purchasing a box spring! If your spare bedroom has been a project you've been setting aside for a while, you know exactly what you need for it. Once you get a daybed, you can pick a color scheme for comforters and go from there for the rest of the room's decor.
Twin daybeds would work well in large and small spaces. I even think they look amazing on backyard patio areas for lounging. You can get creative when you're using daybed frames for patio furniture. A solid wood frame would be an excellent choice for summer time decor.
Full size daybeds are great if you have enough space, but if you just plan on using them for naps in your home office or lounging space, a twin size should suffice. If your home is the go-to spot for sleepovers, twin daybeds would be perfect for the kids' rooms.
Whether you have a small apartment, farmhouse, or cottage style home, a daybed is a great piece of furniture to have if you want to add some glam.
This is one of my favorite daybed looks for modern areas.
Contemporary and chic.
Outside daybeds would be perfect for lounging during the summer.
This daybed is simple, but cute!
Nailhead trims will never go out of style.
A high ticket daybed, but still a beauty.
A daybed for outside reading would be so relaxing. They can enhance just about any room or area you can think of. If you're not sure where to start with designing a living space, start with a daybed.