Nothing epitomizes a well-appointed interior more than a sumptuous daybed. The divan, fainting couch, chaise longue, and Davenport have been woven into dramatic and theatrical scenes throughout history, setting the stage for glamour and intrigue. 
Offering unparalleled comfort and style, today’s designs complement a variety of interiors. This week, we’re excited to showcase five delightful daybeds that will allow you to unwind and luxuriate in pure, stylish bliss.
LINEA
Jenni Roininen
The Linea is a contemporary daybed whose fresh approach epitomizes today’s interiors. A minimalist daybed which showcases a plush cushion atop a symmetrical wood frame and flawlessly embodies Scandinavian design sensibilities. Echoing Nikari’s design philosophy of a warm, minimalist culture of simplicity that remains relevant for today’s active lifestyles, the Linea is a centerpiece for serene living. Frame available in ash or oak. Upholstered in a range of select fabrics.
LARSEN
CRD Verzelloni
Contemporary and classic, it’s impossible not to fall in love with Verzelloni’s Larsen Daybed. This piece inevitably beckons you to lie down and rest, providing unmatched comfort. Whether you’re a seasoned design enthusiast or simply looking to introduce refreshing designs to your space, the Larsen Daybed is the perfect choice. Upholstery available in wide range of high quality leather, textile, and wool. Feet available in bronze cast or polished aluminum.
CB-41
Craig Bassam and Scott Fellows
CB-41 offers an opportunity to lounge with comfort and ease, while showcasing BassamFellows’ unmatched dedication to high-quality construction and materials, as well as the natural richness of solid wood furniture. Fully adaptable, the solid brass backrest mechanism adjusts to three different positions allowing the daybed to be used as a bench, for lounging, or just for sitting. Wood frame with oil finish available in solid teak, walnut, and ash.
GMG CHAISE
Greta M. Grossman
The GMG Chaise Lounge was designed with playful elegance by innovator of mid-century design, Greta M. Grossman. It is perfectly angled for lounging while preserving all the streamlined qualities of a post-war design. Built in a shape designed for relaxation, it mirrors the body’s natural curves while appearing to float above its distinctive slender legs – a genuine signature of Grossman’s work. Available in a variety of fabric options.


HB 6915
Horst Brüning
The HB 6915 Daybed can be found at the intersection of extravagance and restraint. German designer Horst Brüning’s work has been described as “furniture that implements the idea of minimalism, functionality, and timelessness while capturing the spirit of modern times”—and this design proves exactly that. HB 6915 is a striking example of Brüning’s approach, a subtle design that elegantly combines character and function. Available in black or cognac leather.