Is there anything more satisfying than reclining on a daybed and drifting off to an impromptu summer afternoon nap? Daybeds are the epitome of luxury, offering an innate ability to finish and refine elegant spaces. Architectural or soft, industrial or traditional, daybeds create an environment that seduces the senses. This week, we’re highlighting five enchanting daybeds that will allow you to unwind and luxuriate in pure, stylish bliss.
Jenni Roininen
The Linea is a contemporary and minimalist daybed which showcases a plush cushion atop a symmetrical wood frame. The surface is comfortable for sitting or lying and is ideal for entertaining as well as relaxing. The design is versatile enough to fit into spaces of all sizes and functions, adding a sense of refined and sophisticated style. Frame available in ash or oak. Upholstered in a range of select fabrics.
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.” The HB 6915 Daybed is a striking example of this approach, a subtle design that elegantly combines character and function. Available in black or cognac leather.
Teresa Lundmark and Gustav Winsth
Dag daybed is a pure Scandinavian design that makes brilliant use of wooden elements. A contemporary design lover’s dream come true, the Dag daybed is the result of a collaboration with students from Beckmans College of Design. Featuring plush, pillowy cushions and a comfortable low profile, the design is ideal for relaxation, entertaining, or daydreaming. Its horizontal profile allows it to be incorporated into groupings or as a stand-alone piece. Solid beech frame. Upholstery of joined cylinder-shaped cushions in a variety of fabrics.
Judy Smilow
Judy Smilow designed this daybed with the intention of complimenting her father Mel Smilow’s iconic woven rush designs, which made their original debut in the 1950s. The solid wood frame, accented by the meticulously hand-woven seat, leather cushion, and leather headrest, combine to create a beautiful mid-century modern piece that creates an irresistible allure to sit, lounge, or even nap. Available in solid walnut, maple, white oak, ash, ebonized ash, or cherry. Cushion available in several leather options.

Poul Kjærholm
PK80 is the ultimate in modern daybed design. Offering an irresistible invitation to sit and relax, its forward-thinking design explores the juxtaposition of sleek metallic elements alongside other materials. PK80 is the ideal statement piece for introducing iconic Danish design into a wide range of spaces, from contemporary residential settings to galleries, museums, boutiques, and hotels. The frame is made of satin brushed stainless steel. Upholstery available in a range of high-quality leathers.