The daybed can be a part of your modern, contemporary, or traditional home styles, but it will fit your traditional space more, as it is available with Victorian, Mission, and sleigh designs. For your small space, the daybed with trundles will be your best choice, as it can consume two sleeping people and three seating people.
Most of the available daybeds are made of a combination of metal and wooden frames with an incorporated or separate twine-size mattress, as per the needed comfort level. If you have a lack of storage spaces, you can find daybeds with underneath drawers for the bedding or your overnight guests’ belongings.
To provide your daybed its traditional charm, you should choose its pillow shams, cover, and bed skirt carefully. After finding the perfect fabrics and colors for your space, you can cover the head, sides, and feet of the lower part with slits on the two sides to enhance the unique luxury of your space. The daybed quilts should have suitable patchworks or plain patterns, but if you have a contemporary space, you will need a quilt with more sophisticated prints.
In your traditional space, you can use the new daybed as a part of your seating area, in your home office, guest room, sewing room, kid’s room, or even in a spare room to provide them a new functionality. According to the space and expected role of your new daybed, you will easily define the perfect theme and design of such a piece of furniture.
In addition to the Victorian, Mission, and Sleigh daybed styles, you can find traditional Korean daybed designs with a backrest at the far side of the daybed along with wide and horizontal cushions to provide you comfort at the seating, sleeping, and lounging positions. If you need to provide your space a European touch, you can find daybeds with extra deep bench-like design and neutral colors. If you will move your daybed into different spaces of your home, you should consider your personal preferences and find the suitable daybed with backrest and armrests.