Daybeds have a wonderfully functional and stylish design. It is basically a couch that can also be made into a bed. This makes them the perfect option for a smaller space that needs both a bed and a seating area. They also are a great fit for a home office that also needs to double as a bedroom, or even a teen’s bedroom that needs the same functionality. Besides these popular scenarios, a daybed can have many other great uses in a home. They are a very versatile piece. Here are 10 creative ideas for dressing up a daybed in a variety of set-ups.
A rustic door plays the part of a headboard behind this DIY daybed. Some ottomans provide extra seating.
A hanging daybed gives this outdoor space a comfortable island feel. Color and pattern spices it up and plays off the surrounding foliage.
The beautiful wood-paneled accent wall acts as an extension of the daybed, matching the wood on the bed frame for a beautiful statement.
Daybeds can make a perfect fit for a home office/guest bedroom, serving as both seating and a guest bed.
A long daybed fits well under a window to allow maximum light in. Two small end tables can be put side by side as an alternative to a coffee table to fit the scale of the daybed.
For a large hallway, a daybed can fill the space nicely with a warm rug and plants flanking it on either side. Include a mirror or piece of art over the daybed to finish it off.
A white daybed is built right into this nook with pops of color in the pillows and throw to liven it up. Perfect for a fun pool cabana.
Sheer curtains drape from an elegant outdoor daybed to create a relaxing spot for conversation or a nap.
An open-sided daybed is the perfect choice for a large, open living space to flow from one conversation area to the other.
The mirror pulls the focus to the daybed, creating a great anchor for the space. A small, round coffee table brings style and allows plenty of space for moving around.
Which one of these ideas for a daybed did you like most?