Anyway, this is an update on the bed situation. As I mentioned before, we originally bought a Durango mattress from Denver mattress for our king bed. Kevin loved it, but I have a little more going on in the curves department than he has, and the firm mattress wasn't really molding to my body like I needed it to. Luckily Denver Mattress has a 30-day one-time comfort exchange policy.
I tried to convince him to go with two twin XL mattresses, but he thought that was weird, so we ended up trying the Mountain Air, which is similar to the Sleep Number air mattress where each side is customizable. We didn't do any research on the actual Sleep Number brand but from what I can tell, it only has one zone on each side, whereas with the Mountain Air, you have a zone for the head and foot, and then you can just adjust the middle separately so that's kind of handy.
You can also unzip and remove the foam topper in case you want something thicker or thinner. I found the foam topper to be a little thin, but after we put the protective mattress pad on it, that gave it just the right amount of additional softness.
We've been sleeping on it for a while now, and we both love it!
Also, an update on the sheet saga. I found some organic sheets at Target that are the exact same color teal as the non-wrinkle ones from before. Washed them up and slept on them last night, and they are pretty nice. They are a little rough but not enough to be uncomfortable. They have a lot of friction with each other, if you lay the top sheet over the bottom sheet and then pull on it to try to move more to one side, it WILL NOT move. You actually have to pick it up and move it. Kind of weird, but didn't create any problems while we were sleeping on it.
Here are some pics of the master bedroom, it's really starting to come together. Remember, here is the duvet cover.