Having a small bedroom means you have to be creative in choosing any furniture piece, especially for your bed. If you want something functional and also decorative at the same time, daybeds can be the brilliant choices for small space beds. A daybed serves as a beautiful sofa during daytime and turns into a cozy bed at nighttime.
Let’s take a closer look to some elements of a daybed for better information before choosing your favorite one and adding it to your personal sleeping space.
1. The Frames
Daybeds generally come in metal, wood or the combination of wood and metal. You can find them having a two-side panel or one-back panel. Commonly constructed for a mattress in standard twin sizing, they are also available in double or queen-sized options.
2. The Mattress Support
There are two kinds of mattress supports for a daybed: link spring and slat. The first is the most popular one, having a structure of metal grids with springs to equally replace the box spring. By and large, this link spring is attached to the two-side panel frame, providing you with a hefty, steady small space bed.
Meanwhile, the slat scheme is considered less common, offering the mattress support found in average full-sized beds. Come in wooden slats, it will make attachment to the bed rails, at the anterior and posterior, supplying more support.
3. The Trundles
A trundle is basically an additional mattress frame efficiently designed in a slide system under the link spring of a regular daybed. You can find it in two choices: a pop-up trundle or a drawer trundle.
A pop-up trundle is usually available in a metal frame, can be stored and pulled beneath or lifted into a pop-up position to transform an ordinary twin-sized daybed into a king-sized bed. Wheres, drawer trundles are more popular for children and cannot be elevated. Not only for extra mattress, but it also offers additional storage idea.
Now you get the basic knowledge of comfy daybeds as another alternative to small space beds. They also come in various styles that will satisfy any personal taste or preference.