Daybeds are having a moment, and we're totally embracing it. They're a versatile piece of furniture that can easily transition to many spaces. Imagine one in an office, studio or library, a tiny reading nook, a corner of a living room, or even a dressing room. I'm already brainstorming how I can incorporate one into my house. Here's your ultimate daybed roundup in every style and price!
There are so many gorgeous modern styles that would look fantastic paired with over the top moulding or ornate architectural details. The sleek lines would also be perfect for a professional space - like an office.
Lately, I'm loving anything rattan or woven. These pieces feel light and appropriate for summer! I think the woven textures are more inviting and give a vintage or carefree vibe, but are still really sophisticated. If you're into the boho or jungalow look, pair the woven daybeds with pattern, color, and texture... don't forget to style in plants and artwork! The following would be perfect in a room that gets a ton of natural light- like a screened in porch.
You wouldn't necessarily think to add a daybed next to your actual bed- it sounds crazy, right? It actually works super well when dealing with a long rectangular or spacious bedroom; a daybed at the foot of a bed looks super chic. Sometimes the unexpected turns out to be the best when it comes to design. Here are the daybeds I'm dreaming of adding to my bedroom (if I had the space)...
I'm always attracted to furniture with a masculine aesthetic. I'm seriously obsessed with the first army green daybed. It's probably my favorite from the entire roundup! The best part? Their simplicity allows them to fit in with most modern decor.
Similarly to the modern daybeds working well with classical architecture, the traditional, wooden European beds below contrast nicely with streamlined and modern accessories. Influenced by a French country farmhouse or manor - they work nicely as a way to add character to a room.
There are many times in life where furniture pieces have to be a bit more on the practical side. Daybeds come in handy for this in a few ways: small spaces and nurseries or kids' rooms! Wherever they are bound to be used a lot? Slipcover. Wherever you need additional storage? Drawers. Double duty as a sofa, well then both.
I really love the way a storage daybed looks positioned under a window, or flanked with two walls of bookshelves. It feels so timeless and balanced!
Alright, you most likely guessed the tough question was coming... which daybed is your favorite? Does one style stand out more than the others?