Double the comfort – without taking up any extra floor space – with a trundle bed!
What Is a Trundle Bed?
Is a Trundle Bed Right for Me?
Because of their streamlined designs, trundle beds are a common fixture among studio apartments, guest rooms, kids bedrooms and other small spaces.
Due to their limited sizes, thinner mattresses and low-to-the-ground stature, the trundle portion of the bed is often reserved for children, teens and young adults who may have an easier time climbing in and out of the trundle (compared to older visitors). Trundle beds are also commonly placed in bedrooms of children or teens who regularly host friends for sleepovers – and in guest rooms of households that often receive overnight or extended visits from out-of-town family and friends.
If you need the extra sleep space but want to save on floor space, then go with a trundle!
What Are the Types of Trundle Beds?
Whichever your preferred choice of trundle bed frame style, trundle beds are one of the most versatile and useful pieces of furniture and a timeless staple for any space – no matter its size!
Whether a guest bedroom, child's room or studio apartment, accommodating additional guests on a whim is as simple as pulling out the trundle – and, when the frame is no longer in use or space is needed for other purposes, clearing the trundle is as simple as tucking it back in place.
What’s the Difference Between a Trundle Bed and a Daybed?
A trundle bed is a 2-in-1 bed design, meaning that a trundle is designed to hold two separate Twin mattresses and sleep two people. A daybed, on the other hand, is a type of sofa that is spacious enough and designed in a way that it can be used for both sitting and sleeping. Unlike a trundle, a daybed can only sleep one person.