Daybeds with curtains are great for extra seating as well as slumber parties. We’ve totally encased the beds in curtains,” says HGTV Smart Home 2015 designer Linda Woodrum. “They become private little rooms, but you could also lie there and watch TV. This is like the slumber party mecca or super bowl party room.”
“We have two L-shaped sectionals facing each other, and then we have two niches that overlook the street,” says HGTV Smart Home 2015 designer Linda Woodrum. “Each of those has a chez that is really like a bed, so you could have people sleep there if you wanted.”
With two nightstands on either side of the daybed, the kids are never far from books or glasses of water. A navy blue sconce complements the room's color palette and allows for late-night reading on the weekends.
A custom daybed adorned with robot-inspired linens is ideal for sleepovers in this boy's bedroom. The bed's modern design works with the modern design of the room, and its bold-colored upholstery adds major impact.
Given how much they love nooks and crannies, kids won't be able to resist this little bedroom upstairs. A blue daybed instantly enlivens the neutral walls, while chalkboard paint allows the owners to leave their kiddos some cute messages.
This whimsical child's room features an upholstered, custom-designed daybed with a pullout trundle bed for sleepovers. The headboard's curvy design represents bubbles while the pillows pick up colors from the fish patterned wallpaper.
A daybed is a fun alternative to a regular bed in any bedroom, but especially in this teen bedroom. Robin's-egg blue walls and a white flokati rug brighten the dark hardwood floors, while the lattice-inspired design of the daybed keeps the space feeling open.
A bold wall color, reminiscent of Tiffany blue, is one of the most inexpensive ways to start off a bedroom makeover, says Atlanta designer Jennifer Foster. The room now has a sophisticated playful style, with a daybed from a home decor store that makes room for a baby grand piano passed down from a grandmother. The lamps also are off the shelf from a discount home goods store.
This teen girl's room made small changes for a big impact. By using the day bed for sleeping and sitting, it's an easy place to have friends over. Adding a yellow chevron rug, woven pink pouf ottomans, and feminine feather lamp ties all of her bedding together while adding texture to the room.
This room's custom-made trundle daybed is upholstered in blue linen with green piping and topped with pillows embroidered with an oversized monogram. The Roman shades and custom lampshades are made with Josef Frank's "Manhattan" fabric.
Storage with a white picket fence motif echoes the fence that greets visitors as they enter this Brentwood home. The light green walls, polka dot rug and vibrant blue and pink chairs keep this girl's bedroom feeling energetic. A confetti comforter continues the colorful, fun feel while anchoring the room with its dark color.
Aqua blue walls contrast with the white floating shelves, desk and daybed to create a fun cottage atmosphere. A modern-style ceiling fan with clear Lucite blades adds to the airy feel while orange and dark blue accents provide a fresh pop of color.
Susan Brunstrum designed this bedroom in shades of cream and blue to coordinate with the color palette she used in the rest of this Park City, Utah vacation home. Along with a pair of beds, this room features a comfortable daybed in cream with navy and cream accents. Blue paisley curtains complete the look.