A daybed used to be something that students or lonely people look for, and this used to dictate the kind of beds you could have found, but today things have changed. In many homes, a day bed is a great solution for adding extra sleeping space because, while they don’t actually convert into one, they can be used as a sofa during the day and a bed at night.
A daybed is an intriguing piece of furniture, yet many are not sure of how they differ from a standard bed or futon. They 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 or in the outdoor spaces. This is why you usually find them positioned in the living room. A number of accent pillows are often included with these furniture sets because they add another layer of texture to its overall appearance. They are typically geometric in shape and made of the same fabric as the daybed comforter.
Cheap is relative – What one person may consider as “cheap” another might consider as expensive and still another might consider as fair-priced. So to say you want to look at “cheap day beds” doesn’t really tell anyone anything. So, we’ll just name them amazing!
Let’s have a look at this amazing daybeds and choose the one you find fit for your interior.
Designed by Stefano Giovannoni for Vondom, PILLOW is a collection of armchair, pouf, table and flowerpot.
Designed by Laurent Chagnard and his team for the most elegant palaces of France and the world, The Paris collection takes you back through the history of France, the Baroque and neo-classical architecture of the Parisian mansions at the time of the French Eighteenth Century.
The Boat from Skyline Design is a piece of furniture in its best forms. Atmospheres steeped in emotion. Pure aesthetic essence redefined for the space. Priced at $5,523.36, is not one of the most affordable pieces on the market.
Paola Lenti’s Island is a modular seating system composed of elements with armrest, central element and pouf. Steel structure cataphoresis treated and polyester varnished, base in stainless steel with plastic spacers.
The Canopo by Samuele Mazza is available with right or left armrest. Base with aluminum structure covered in hand-woven synthetic resin.
The designer Wolf Udo Wagner created the Kyoto chair based on Origami, the Japanese art of folding paper. Inspired by natural shapes and leaves, he transmitted the impressions to clear shapes like the ones being generated when folding paper.
Upholstered wool felt bench is made from classic Nordic materials and consists of 2 parts: a simple ash frame and a thin, soft, upholstered part. It can be used as a soft welcome in the hallway, a nice resting place in the waiting room or as that extra horizontal space in the living room.