More pictures from the now-declared-as-done nursery. I am thoroughly satisfied by how it turns out. And I'm even happier that we didn't actually spend much for this nursery. All her furniture from the old house are brought in. The big shelf is also a feature of the old house, which we used as a divider between the living room and the nursery. I believe as she grows, she would have more books, and more toys, and it's never a bad investment to put a solid and spacious storage system in a child's room. The white chair by her crib literally came to us by itself, being found in our old basement with no known owner (it always got shoved into our lot), so we salvaged it and give it some love. The Edward Gorey prints used to hang in our old bedroom, but now look better against her yellow wall (no, it's not from The Gashlycrumb Tinies).
The IKEA LÖMSK chair is the only new feature in the nursery, bought for € 49.95, while the Steven Harrington poster which I bough several months back, cost $25.00, and holds all the different colours together nicely in the room. I also proudly passed my whole set of 'A Series of Unfortunate Events' books (which I read during the pregnancy, plus the last of the series which only came last year) to her library.
Now it's time I attend to my own bedroom, that still looks like a dump.