In the study of this modern Phoenix home, which was featured on the cover of Dwell's first issue, an oil painting by David Kroll, one of the artists represented by Sette's gallery hangs above a Le Corbusier daybed.
Much of this converted barn’s furniture is made from OSB, but the mobile daybed on wheels is a standout piece and allows the user to catch the sun or shade as the mood strikes.
In the living room of this beachside trailer home in Malibu, Commune designer Steven Johanknecht introduced custom built-in daybeds with storage beneath.
A George Nelson daybed takes center stage at the gallery level of this multi-story Amsterdam home. Part of the residents' collection of American mid-century design, it harmonizes with the newer Dutch pieces and with the apartment's 17th-century architecture.
The first floor of this Portland, Oregon, house used to be a warren of five tiny rooms, and the first thing you saw when you walked in the front door was the attic staircase. Architect Ben Waechter opened the space up into one large, light-filled room. A birch plywood-sheathed box was designed to look like an oversized piece of furniture, mimicking the light wood of the Eames chair and Case Study Daybed, while cleverly hiding the stairs, storage, and powder room inside.
The dining room and sitting area of this Copenhagen renovation used to be an uninsulated greenhouse; now it’s a light-filled space where the family gathers for meals and curls up on two custom daybeds, designed by Bjerre-Poulsen, to read and look at the garden.
The cane daybed in the bedroom of this concrete villa is by prolific Belgian designer Maarten van Severen.
A structural steel wall in the living area of this modern Lima house doubles as a built-in bookcase. The daybed and coffee table were designed by Maria Eugenia Alvarez-Calderón, who helped the residents with the interiors.