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Working With Small Spaces Can be Fun – It Allows You to Put Your Creative Decorating Thinking Cap On
First of all, and most importantly, you’re adding two sleeping spots to a space; the daybed and the trundle. Of course, the trundle conveniently slides under the daybed, so you’re also maximizing the square footage in the room.
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A Daybed Trundle isn’t just for small apartments, go ahead and use it in a bedroom as an additional place to sleep. Whether it’s the main bed in the room or used as a couch for extra sleeping space, it will maximize the area’s functionality.
Take Space Saving to the Next Level; use Storage End-Tables to Hold Blankets and Pillows.
With two storage end-tables and one daybed trundle, you’ve designed a room with multiple storage areas, two beds, and one couch and used very little floor space.
Go a step further in the space-saving department by adding a chair that converts to a bed! They’re pretty cool.
There are various Trundle Daybed styles. For example, the Backless Daybed Trundle gives a room a chic contemporary feel and is a practical bed for guests. You can push it up against the wall or leave it in the open – it works both ways.
A backless daybed trundle is ideal as a room divider. Large open concept rooms can be a challenge to decorate. Today, you’ll find a common solution is to divide the room into two sitting areas using a backless lounge chaise or, in this case, a daybed trundle, to separate, yet connect both areas.
Important Note: Most Daybed Trundles do not come with mattresses, so be sure to budget for them separately.
Daybed Trundles comes in multiple designs and colors. Once you’ve decided upon the color and price range, the rest is easy.
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6 thoughts on “Add Extra Sleeping Room in a Small Space with a Daybed Trundle”
Daybeds are wonderful. Many years ago we bought one for our college-age daughter as she had transferred to a college near us and moved back home for the duration. After graduation, she moved to St. Louis and later got married. Today, that same daybed is kept in her artist husband’s art studio for sleeping, relaxing, researching artwork, watching TV. It’s now 25+ years old; has had a new mattress, but otherwise is the same bed and is still a very handy bed to have in their group of furniture.
Pat what a great story, and to have those memories in her artist studio is so nice. That would help me be even more creative!
I love daybeds and trundle beds. Great selection here.
I absolutely love daybeds with trundles! Our son had one for his first bedroom since it was a very small room. The trundle was wonderful when he had overnight guests. That daybed trundle is now in my craft room and we have used it several times for company. Don’t worry though, our son does have a bed. I did not take his daybed without giving him a full bed.
Timely post, I have been looking at daybeds for trundles for the near future!
So many different designs too, thanks for stopping by