In fact, daybeds can be traced back to ancient Greece, Rome, and China and have endured in numerous forms throughout the ages. Whether iron, wooden, upholstered, wicker, foam, canopied, or backless, this hybrid functions in many ways -- even as a spot for serious slumbering when the moon's aglow.As seating, the daybserves as a settee or little sofa.
In a small room, it can replace a sofa entirely, freeing up additional floor space. If the room is large, a daybed can anchor a secondary seating group that complements th
e main pieces. "With a couple of chairs, it can create an auxiliary space in the living area, tying the space down but providing another visual accent,"Although expansive living spaces might lend themselves nicely to a freestanding daybed, backless pieces are best resting against a wall and adorned with cushy pillows
Given below are some images from magazines and some from our home..
Daybed and cushions at our home,changing its colors during seasons.Season transitions do affect them too,according to our moods..how lovely isnt it?
During summers,bright colors add to the summer cheer at home
During monsoons,the mood changes into pastel greens and blue
A dash of pink and white in the winter
Hope the day bed post relaxes all of you and brings you all into the world of decor inspirations...
Image courtesy:Elle decor,Better interiors,Flickr,apartment therapy,Lakshmi Arvind