Troll! In the Dungeon!!! Or, really, just furniture in the nursery. Now, spoiler alert, there are things in here that I haven't really mentioned yet, so we'll have a tutorial on Friday for things like the curtains.
Now, last you saw, the nursery looked like this.
Remember to forgive me for things that will be covered by moldings and so forth.
First, let's look in from the hallway.
Straight ahead is the doorway to the play room. We decided to hang curtains over the doorway to be able to close off the playroom (especially while it's still rocking all of it's wood paneled glory) the dresser is the piece that was previously brown and yellow that we talked about here.
If you look in from the doorway you see the rug and crib (both from IKEA...there's actually a lot of IKEA stuff in here now that I think about it...whoops) as well as the window.
This room is really dark (contrary to these photos that I was able to
snap at just the right moment- I was yelling at a train trying to get
home to take these because I knew in less than twenty minutes
it'd be horribly dark in here) it only has the one window in the main
part of the room which is a whole 15 feet from our neighbors house that
is just as tall as ours. Even though this room faces east- I wanted it
to stay as bright as possible. We have really nice wood blinds (thank
you previous owner) so I decided I didn't need to go with blackout
Feel free to roll your eyes at me when I complain the baby doesn't sleep.
If you go back towards the playroom and look towards the hallway...
...you see the door to the closet and the little dresser that we'll be using as a changing table. This is just the KOPPANG from IKEA that we put these drawer pulls from World Market on.
And then if you turn back to the playroom...
We have then seen the enormity that is Wookie's room! The space is only about 7 feet by 11 feet so it's not like a palace or anything but I think that by keeping the majority of stuff white, it really keeps the room open.
I love having the room at this point- it makes me smile (and slightly freak out) when I walk by because it looks like someone could actually live there. My mom will be coming up soon to help me make all the bedding so I'm excited to see how the big bag of fabric we bought in July all comes together!
What do you guys think?