Here's our kitty, BooBoo, breaking in Roxanne's new bed. Maybe she thinks she blends in with all of the Hello Kitty toys. She didn't fool Roxanne though, who is apparently unwilling to share her new bed with the kitty and her "stinky booty." Sorry BooBoo. We know you don't really stink.
I'm still not sure about the wall decor yet, but I love this little quilt hanging on the wall and wanted to try and display it somehow. I think I need a better way of hanging it. Maybe a curtain rod. But isn't the headboard adorable?!
This quilt folded at the foot of the bed is another one of my favorites. I love the pink and red and creamy white (obviously). I'm just glad we don't have pink walls in there. As it is, I need to work in some different colors.
The footboard is low, which is great for Roxanne climbing in and out of the bed. The only problem we are running into with the vintage bed is that it seems wider than a modern-day twin. Weird, right? It seems like usually everything runs bigger now. It has an inch or two on each side between the box spring and the metal bed rails. We bought slats at IKEA to go under the box spring, and they really aren't tight enough to stay totally in place. Of course, as long as she's not crazy jumping on it and with the addition of the bed rail, it seems pretty safe and sturdy.
The stepped back view. As you can see, the bed is right in front of the door. And her bed is now on the wall that our room shares with hers. Such is life in a little house!