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Daybed Buying Guide

  • Daybed components and configurations
  • Tips to select the right trundle
  • Details about bedding and cover options

Daybeds for Sale - Comfortable day beds in every style & size

It's a sofa, it's a bed, and it's a seating area when not in use. Daybeds are versatile and can be critical parts of a small space. You can use this in an apartment or home that's short on space, dorm room, studio apartment, a guest room, or kids bedroom. You can find a wide variety of styles that suit your space including rustic, mid-century, and modern designs.

Wondering how a day bed is different from a futon? Unlike futons, a daybed has a headboard and a standard mattress. The back does not bend down to make a resting surface. This makes them more comfortable and like a regular bed. Day beds and their mattresses are available in a variety of sizes. Most common sizes for day bed frames are twin and full, making them ideal for smaller spaces. Queen size daybeds are also available at Daybed frame sizes you'll find are listed below:

- Twin: 39W x 75L in.
- Full/Double: 54W x 75L in.
- Queen: 62W x 84L in.
- King: 78W x 84L in.

Daybed frames accommodate standard mattress sizes. If you are looking for a comfortable daybed, this information might be helpful - Adding a mattress and bedding to your daybed adds comfort and versatility. Also, day beds with a backboard that runs the full length of the bed, as well as side rails and armrests provide full support which makes them more comfortable.

Those short on space will especially love having a daybed with storage for keeping linens, bedding, and more stashed away, keeping the room clutter-free. If you're in need of extra sleeping space, a daybed with trundle will be your best bet. Once you have an idea of what's best for your space and what you want to get out of a day bed, choose materials for the frame. You can shop a variety of wood daybeds, metal daybeds, upholstered daybeds, wicker daybeds, and more.