Unwinding is easy on these versatile pieces that work as couches, nap zones, and guest beds
This twill upholstered daybed (with a deep seat) doubles in size with a pop-out trundle that’s perfect for guests.
This woven rattan frame adds natural beauty to any room, while the mattress begs for a nap.
This daybed with an acacia wood frame (with walnut stain) and 100% cotton dhurrie mattress cover has a mid-century look with a Hollywood soul. Consider it in the middle of a room, as shown here.
Small space? Tuck a frameless daybed into a corner of the living room or home office to function as a couch, window seat, or guest bed.
The ultimate in comfort and flexibility: Adjust side cushion quantity as needed or position against a wall and arrange pillows as a sofa back.
One of our favorite reuse projects: Portland-based interior design firm Jessica Helgerson Interior Design turned an old boat into a hanging daybed!
This gorgeous daybed's removable bolsters (available in dozens of colors!) make the piece transition easily to a guest bed.
With a back frame, this daybed masquerades as a couch and is almost too beautiful to sleep in. Mix-and-match pillows to enhance the bohemian vibe.
Love mid-century design? This is the daybed for you. Luxe leather tops a brushed stainless steel base, with a flat pillow replacing the traditional bolster.
Part artwork, part furniture, this beauty is tropical hardwood with an enchanting design. (Fits a twin mattress.)