Trundle daybeds are usually comprised of two twin beds with one stored beneath the other on rollers or casters. They allow for two separate beds to be stored in the space of one, saving significant space. The lower bed on some trundle beds
(and most daybeds) "pops-up" to the same height as the bed above, creating a larger sleep surface that is perfect for guests. Most beds that accommodate a trundle do not require the use of a box spring on either the top or bottom bed. They contain a slatted frame, spring deck, or poly deck support, depending on the manufacturer. When not used for sleeping, you can remove the mattress and use the lower bed area for general storage. Daybeds are the most common type of trundle bed since they can also be used as seating space during the day.
Trundle daybeds are versatile and can be used in many types of rooms, especially where space is at a premium, such as in a studio apartment. In a bedroom, daybeds function as a regular bed for nightly use, an extra bed, or as a permanent seating area. Dressed in daybed bedding, daybeds are also functional seating in other areas of the home like guestrooms, basements, spare rooms, and the office. Trundle daybeds are great in kids’ bedrooms. The extra sleep space is perfect for a sleepover, and the ease with which you can switch the cover
ensures that you can keep the bedding current with your child’s interests. With a daybed, you always have added sleep space for a guest. Maximize the space of any room with trundle daybeds. With a trundle, you can affordably double your sleeping space. High quality pop-up trundles are available on most daybed models. Find yours today!