You can recognize a daybed by the headboard that extends around three sides of the seat cushion itself. Daybeds typically pull out to expand a second part of the mattress which can be used to create a double-sized bed when needed. Often, drawers are found beneath the mattress which you can use to store sheets, pillows and blankets. Well, since daybeds are so practical, you can put them just about anywhere you need some extra seating or sleeping space!
Because they tend to be on the smaller size, many people put them where a full-sized bed will not fit. Outdoor daybeds provide a quiet place to relax outside your home, on your deck, patio, or even in your sunroom.
The main decision you will have to make when purchasing your daybed is the kind of frame you wish to have. Adding throw pillows and blankets will provide comfortable support to your family and guests.