Adult bed was about aesthetics, not pets or snacks. “Adult bed” just meant no more aggressively mismatched sheets, pillowcases and comforter covers. The bed didn’t have to have hotel-quality linen matching, like where every single element is the exact same fabric and color. “I just don’t want it to be a complete mishmash,” T. said. “Right now we have a pink paisley sheet from Pottery Barn Kids and then we have another Pottery Barn Kids thing, a quilt with vintage airplanes on it, primary colors – and the pillowcases are earth-toned, red and tan, with dusty blue flowers!” He said our bed was giving him an anxiety attack.