The pros and cons of a daybed

You may have heard of a day bed. You may have not. Regardless, they are something that you should be aware of, even in passing, because they are an option on the bed market that are only increasing in popularity. Supply and demand are rapidly increasing but the reality of the matter is: do you know what a day bed is? If the answer is no then this is the blog for you! Here at Furnitureful we’ve decided to cover the day bed as well its advantages, it's disadvantages plus whether or not it cou be the bed for you. So, what are you waiting for? Let’s get into it!

So, what exactly is a day bed?

A daybed is a multi functional bed that serves as both a bed at night time and a recliner or longing area during the day. They are typically a cross between a chaise lounge and a bed. They are typically made from wood or metal or a combination of wood and metal. They are a form of bedroom furniture that is on the rise as people look for practicality and comfort as a part of new bedroom buys.

What are the advantages of a day bed?

There are a great many advantages to purchasing a brand new day bed. Therefore, we’ve compiled some reasons together and created our bullet pointed list below: 

  • One of their core attraction points is their functionality. They can easily be converted from use as bed to use as a loungin space.
  • They're just as good as a regular bed, if not better!

What are the disadvantages?

However, it can’t be denied that there are some letdowns to this great bed-alternative which we’ve listed below: 

  • They need to be put up against a wall - this is because their high back requires a supportive wall to help make them comfy and upright

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