As you may know, after many months of agonizing, I finally decided to go with the more affordable bed for Eva, for several reasons. First of all, we are hoping the girls will decide to share a room in a year or so, and then we will need to get rid of both of their beds and start over. Second, we really liked the open design of this bed, which works well with the bed in the center of the room. It keeps the bed from blocking off a large portion of the room. We also loved that we could get it right away. Since the bed was only available in a silver finish, Kevin painted it in Rustoleum Hammered Gold, which gave it an old-world look that is perfect for the room. So the bed went into the room, and everyone was happy, except for me – it still needed bedding. After searching high and low, I was unable to find anything that I loved at a price that I was willing to pay. (The only option I truly loved was $860 for the duvet, and I don’t want to have to be paranoid about it!). Finally, my sister reminded me that there was one place I had yet to check: Warm Biscuit Bedding Company! I love their unique, vintage-inspired prints! I went online, and immediately found the Posy Quilt and shams, which were on clearance for half off. (This NEVER happens to me!!!) I got the quilt for around $85!!! I would have spent the same if I’d bought it at Target, but the quality from Warm Biscuit is amazing! So excited! Since Warm Biscuit didn’t offer sheets that interested me, I also ordered the Lace Velvet Flannel sheets from The Company Store. They are a really yummy soft flannel with a pretty lace border, and I had them monogrammed with Eva’s name in baby pink. So sweet! Still waiting for those to arrive! So, without the sheets, and the bedskirt (I am looking for either a ruffled or tulle one to complete the look), here is Eva’s big girl bed, the way it is right now!