The Dorel Living Morgan Full Size Daybed is a versatile piece of furniture that can be used for both seating and sleeping needs. The clean lines and rich espresso finish allow the daybed to blend into existing decor while instantly offering extra sleeping accommodation for guests. The Morgan is a perfect option for your living room, guest bedroom or teen’s bedroom. It is the ideal piece for hosting unexpected overnight guests! It is constructed with solid pine and spruce wood to provide long lasting durability and support. The daybed also comes with wooden slats for mattress support and breathability. The slats remove the need to purchase any additional box spring or foundation; all you need to add is your favorite mattress and you are all set (mattress sold separately). The Dorel Living Morgan can be displayed minimally, or dressed up to reflect your style with decorative pillows and throws, providing an extra-cozy space for reading, visiting, or relaxing.
From the manufacturer
It’s all in the design
- Clean line design mixes well with any style decor
- Brimming with versatility, this daybed functions as a sleeping space or deep seating
- Features a mattress slat design eliminating the need for a box spring
Sleep, Sit or Relax!
The Morgan Full Size Daybed is a versatile piece that will solve all of your sleeping AND seating needs. With a rich espresso finish, this solid wood daybed works well in both a formal or casual room.
Its attractive open slat design brings a unique style to any guest room, den or any living space.
The Morgan Daybed will work well in a guest room, den or in a small space living space because of it’s compact design. This daybed also allows for extra storage space underneath it!
Awesome day edThis is a nice daybed, easy to assemble. I think it was less then an hour to assemble by myself. Start by laying out the side rails on the floor, starting just one side insert screws but do not tighten. Insert the wooden slats then tighten the bolts. Stand it up on end then insert the panel, then place the end piece on top and bolt to the rest of frame.To assemble get a milk crate and balance the long pieces between side rails.start at one end and insert screws and slightly tighten up, start at the other end and insert screws but do not tightenNow do the same for the front rail. But on the front rail tighten the screws until snug now tighten up the screws on the back rail. Go back and check all screws for tightness….all you have to do is screw down all the slats….45 minutes tops!!!Bed had a nice finish, you can see the screw heads but they blend into the finish and hardly notice them.I put a 12″ mattress on top and it’s all the way to the top of the side rails and you can barely see the back piece. I had already had the mattress prior to purchasing this day bed.Lots of room underneath for storage, I put cubby boxes to store my son’s toys.
Great bedIt is a good quality bed. It did have a pretty deep scratch in it. But over all I was happy with it
Andrew Mitchell –
Very sturdy and nice bed. Will need help putting it together.Very sturdy. Need 2 people to put together but is a very nice bed.
greyson ramnath –
great Productenjoying this furniture
Cedric Harrison –
Be prepared…I bought this bed to replace another bed for my wife’s home office space. I thought it was a good looking bed for the price. Good reasonably price daybeds are hard to find where I live unless you buy from Ikea (2 1/2 hours away). First of all the “minimal assembly required” is an absolute false statement.I consider myself a very handy person. I have made many repairs (appliances, computers, etc) and assembled many products (furniture, electronics, bikes) and let me tell you, this is THE most challenging, time consuming and frustrating projects (yes, projects) I have ever encountered so far in my 57 years of living. This is arguably a two person project, one if you enjoy unique challenges in life.You will definitely need the following:1. wood glue2. time3. Phillips screwdriver or drill for the wood screws4. time5. psychiatry or therapy appointments6. patienceThe most time consuming steps are the assembly of the wood slats for the rails. You will need some skills to keep them together to complete the sides and back. If you lose the hex tool life will be hard. It would be a good idea to group and lay out all of the parts on the floor before you start especially the rail slats. I started the assembly at 9 PM and stopped at 1 AM. I finished the screwing the bottom wood slats in the morning which only took a few minutes. Overall I am satisfied with the product and achieving the completion of this assembly.
Kim Taylor –
Very nice but need 4 hands for assembly.Nice quality and looks good. Assembly was easy for the most part, but the part with the short ribs was a pain in the rear. 4 hands instead of two would be easier. Pleased with the end product m, however. Looks very nice
Sweetness Godgiben –
AssemblingLove the look of the bed, the only part that was a PAIN was when assemble the short mini slats on the long part of bedframe, they kept falling out repeatedly when trying to put bed together. Very irritating. Spent about a hour or longer re-inserting and holding boards together without them falling out. It was most chaotic part. I def think that part needs some re-thinking/working as far as assembly instructions, screws or glue or something. grrr
Great Price on a Decent / Functional / Attractive product with some Quality Issues.My opinion of this products is that it is a good overall value. 3 Stars for the following reasons: 1/2 Star deduction for poor instructions. 1/2 Star deduction for quality of materials. 1/2 Star deduction for product Spec’s discovered in the manuals (see below). 1/2 Star deduction for how challenging it was to assemble.As noted by other reviewers, this product is a challenge to assemble. It took 2 people and a third helper just over 2 hours to fully assemble and that was using power tools (i.e. a cordless driver and drill combo). We found that the easiest way to line up the slats in the frame was to lay the top and bottom rails flat and work your way along. If we had followed the instructions, it would have been much more difficult. This bed frame uses wooden dowels in addition to long metal screws to assemble. I needed a drill-bit to route-out several of the frame pieces because the holes for the dowels were poorly manufactured. Not all that hard to do, but speaks to quality. The wood itself is a softish material and probably low quality pine, as a result the individual pieces lack the heft that you might expect in a bed that is designed to accommodate a Full-Size mattress. The plastic bands used for shipping compressed the wood in a couple of places as a result of the quality of the materials. I put those on the back so they won’t be noticeable, but still it takes away from overall satisfaction. There were a few pieces that had exterior imperfections in the finish. Again, not noticeable as they are in the underside of the product but same feeling as to product quality.We were very disappointed to learn, on the very last page of the instructions, that the weight capacity of this bed is 220 lbs. We are using this in a teenager bedroom, so it will be acceptable, but if you are planning on using this for a guest-bedroom and 2 occupants, it may not be suitable for your needs. We had an available bunky-board to put on top of the slats. which added both support and stiffness for placing the mattress directly on top vs directly on the slats (which I suspect would have issues of sagging if you didn’t have something on top of the slats). One note regarding the mattress height: We put a 12″ mattress onto the frame. The pictures in the listing must include a very thin mattress indeed to expose the framing slats as it does. The 12″ mattress reaches to the top of the side supports. This is merely an observation so that you’ll realize what it might look like once assembled and a mattress is added.Overall, we are satisfied with this product. Once fully assembled, it is reasonably sturdy. Compared to products found in large discount warehouses I think the price can’t be beat, and I expect it will serve its purpose nicely for years to come. Happy Hunting. 🙂