When my daughter Bridget was little, she wanted a pretty day bed. I promised to get her a white iron one to match her pink and white bedroom. She loved that bed and so did I. Sometimes I think about replacing one of our love seats with one. For inspiration, I compiled 10 examples of dreamy day beds from Houzz.
Traditional Porch with Wooden Day Bed
A Scandinavian day bed is pretty, but I don’t know if it’s ideal for sitting upon.
You ‘d have to sit in the center and not on the ends. I do like the look though.
A day bed in a girl’s room is perfect for sleep-overs but can be used as seating area too.
Traditional Day Bed in Hallway
A clever idea for a stairway landing is to tuck a day bed in a window alcove.
Unused space can now be used for reading or even napping.
Another way to capitalize on space is to put a day bed under a stairway!
In this living room, it’s hard to tell that the day bed is a day bed. It looks more like a sofa.
This is more what I have in mind if I decide to go the day bed route.
How about a hanging day bed? This would be great for a porch!
An elegant day bed dressed in neutrals compliments this traditional space. Simple yet pretty.
A day bed is the perfect choice for a narrow space like this sun room.
Quaint and cozy defines this reading and napping space.
Drawers beneath the day bed provide easy storage of blankets and reading materials.
I don’t know what I love more about this day bed … the color or the structure.
This collection of dreamy day beds has given me some ideas. How about you?