Daybed frames offer a dual purpose. The ability to be used as a sofa during the daytime as well as the ability to be used as a perfectly normal bed at night. Daybeds tend to sit higher off the ground than low beds, this makes for good clearance underneath the frame, allowing for storage space under the daybed.

Daybed frames can also be used indoors or outdoors, hanging daybeds are popular during the summer months as they can be used as a comfier alternative to a hammock. You can, of course, use your daybed indoors, they are perfect for practically any room inside your house, conservatories, living rooms, guest bedrooms and master bedrooms alike.

You can get metal daybeds, wood daybeds and even upholstered daybeds. We personally think that wood beds and upholstered beds are superior to metal beds, but it comes down to a matter of taste. Wood beds offer much more customisation and variation, this is because there are so many types of wood that can be used to make your bed. Upholstered beds are ideal for those that enjoy reading in bed as you can rest against the comfortable headboard.

Daybed frames look visually stunning, they bring a modern twist to any bedroom, no matter it’s size. Daybeds have risen in popularity in recent years due to their dual purpose design, you get value for money as it’s effectively two pieces of furniture in one.

Overall, the dual purpose of daybed frames is what makes them so popular, the ability to be used as a regular sofa in the day and to be used as a bed in the night makes them a highly renowned bed type. The size of daybeds can range from single/twin size all the way up to king size, depending on where you order your daybed from.

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24 and living in London. Production manager within the bed industry. I have a strong passion for beds and football. In my spare time I love going on long car journeys around Europe with my lovely wife, Cara.

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