Daybed with Trundle Bed, Best Solution for Guest!

Aug 8th

A daybed with trundle bed (sometimes a roll away) is a sort of “two beds in one” thing, when not in use a mattress and bed frame can be rolled or slid under a slightly larger bed frame for storage. This provides an extra bed (stowed out of the way) if needed, but also opens the door to other storage and use of the possibilities.

Wooden Daybed with Trundle Bed
Wooden Daybed with Trundle Bed

The most obvious use of a daybed with trundle bed is intended – as an extra guest bed. The smaller bed (the bed that folds under the frame) usually has a relatively thin mattress and no box spring, so that it fits into its housing. These smaller bed might not be ideal for regular use.

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Daybed with trundle bed are usually twin-sized, though some models are equipped with a full-frame with a twin trundle bed or two twin mattresses – one of which appears to rest side-by-side with the main frame at a king- are sized bedroom. For rooms with occasional additional sleeping need, the trundle bed can save a large space.

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Many people prefer to trundle bunk, as trundles take up less space, but also get some bunk beds with trundle beds under the lower bed – a good solution if neither a trundle bed or bunk beds only borrow enough space.