Ideas for Hide A Bed Sofa
A boy’s bedroom is, of course, a place for him to sleep and relax, but it is also a place for him to play and learn. If space is limited in space, consider equipping it with hide a bed sofa that is lengthwise facing the wall to release more floor space to play and explore. To help daybed co-ordinate with their room decor, consider some decorating tips that he is sure to love.
Think the design motif of your daybed. For example, a traditional room can have a wooden bed frame or one with brass. Coordinate the look with the room’s theme. For example, if your child loves trains, paint the bed frame to resemble a boxcar. If he prefers outer space, paint the daybed black and accent with stars in the glow-in-the-dark color. For a jungle-themed room, wrap frame daybed in artificial vines or hang stuffed animals from the sides.
The bed is in focus for a bedroom, which means that bedding you choose is important for the room’s design. Most chaise lounges are equipped with twin-size mattresses, so regular double-size flat and sheets are appropriate. But since daybed is placed against the wall, special consideration is required for the Arena. You will need a blanket designed with the short sides that can cut into the inner frame daybed and not hang over the sides. Accent with pillows and stuffed animals along the bed and on the sides.