Daybeds. Wednesday , December 20th , 2017 - 10:33:09 AM
Perhaps the most important feature to remember when buying daybeds for living rooms is to match it with the other decor within the space. Use color, texture and the overall size to help make the bed fit within the room properly. While traditional a type of bedroom furniture, daybeds can also work very well in most living rooms, especially if you are looking for a softer look to the space, but only if selected properly, too.
Another option is a contemporary futon bed or sofa bed. These are very useful when you don`t have a spare room but need extra options for when you have guests. Not only are these options functional they add a modern flare to your space. When choosing a modern sofa bed or futon cover most design stores give your the option to pick the fabrics which also helps in fitting in the decor or style of your room. These pieces also do not take up allot of space and help keep your room spacious and without clutter.
Their Design and Use. One of the main ways that modern daybeds different from what we might see today is in their construction. Metal daybeds were unheard of and therefore most were wood daybeds. Even the best mattresses were made up of cushions and draperies, which were added to the construction of the rope bed. During the 900`s through the 1700`s, it was more common to find long wooden chest and rope beds. All of those cushions would have made them very expensive and therefore it was less common for these pieces of "modern" bedroom furniture to be prominent in a home.
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