Sometimes a nap is the only thing we need to clear our mind, to feel fresher and to just relax and take our time. A cozy daybed is right what you need for that, and it should be inviting, comfy and soft, so that you wouldn’t want to leave it. I have a couple of amazing daybeds to share with you – choose and rush to buy one to nap with comfort.
This daybed by Korean designer Hyung Suk Cho blends elements from traditional Korean furniture with the needs of modern houses. Blank is designed to be “halfway” between a sofa and a bed, and it features a wide flat seat covered by a long cushion and another pair of removable cushions that form the backrest. The seat rests atop a single piece of wood, while the base features three horizontal slats of wood that support the sofa.
With a wooden structure of turned oak, the Pita Daybed is a practical addition to just about any room. Whether you need places to sit during the day, lounge space for TV watching in the evening, and/or a bed for overnight guests, it packs it all into one compact design. The frame features subtlety slanted legs, some of which extend up to become back rests for the cushions. An upholstered grey cushion acts as the seat with the addition of two triangular pillows for back supports or a place to rest your head.
Funky, fun, and geometric describes the daybed by ONE. Incorporating shapes and organic themes is the focus of this collection of minimalist upholstered furniture. Manufactured by Hay and creatively designed by designer Leif Joergensen, the daybed by ONE is like nothing you’ve ever seen before. Long, flowing and continuous lines give the daybed feeling of calm and peace; yet the piece is dynamically contemporary.
Pulse is a solid oak daybed is covered with a Norwegian wool mattress, with a section of which can be folded back, revealing an oak hatch covering a magazine rack below. When the hatch is removed, it can be used a serving tray. Norwegian-produced wool was used for the mattress, and the magazine holder is laminated with the same type of wool.
If you like travelling and infinite roads, you’ll appreciate this Camp Furniture Collection by Stephanie Hornig. Camp Daybed reminds of a sleeping bag on legs that we use during hiking; the colors are juicy and spirit-raising. I love the zip – it adds comfort and coziness. Camp table reminds of those we often see in road cafes; Camp Lamp is a torch in a power strip made of stone.
This Shezlong (Chaise-Lounge) chair is just a metal structure on which you pile your duvet, turning it into a hipster-awesome bed-chair that you can sit/lay on or sprawl across like the absolute free spirited person you are. The steel pipe structure can take a good amount of weight, it’s absolutely stable; the light blue duvet follows the shape of the frame and its sizes but you can also take your own duvet.
German designer Stefanie Schissler created Kulle daybed, the surface is surface caused by the different sized pieces of upholstery foam make for a genuine sensory experience. The elegant daybed ranks high in both aesthetics and functionality, and one feels the comfort just by looking at it.
The Eydo is an invitation to relax, and the merit goes to the fluid refined lines, tailoring details and quality of materials. Light as a wing, supported by a bronze painted metal and embroidered with stitched seams and leather upholstery. These features not only guarantee the perfect functionality of this chair, will make special the environment that hosts it.