For the first few months, Chickpea will sleep in our room in this Pack N' Play.
We set it up last weekend after Monterey. The model we chose has the extra attached changing table and newborn napper on top; she'll sleep/nap here and I'll be able to change diapers here in the middle of the night without going to her room.
In the future, these attachments are removable and it can be used as an infant bassinet, then a play yard that we can travel with. Made by Graco, it fits in this corner nicely and was one of the few with a pattern that didn't rub me the wrong way.
My favorite feature in her room is still the wall decal over the crib. It's eye-catching and I'm proud of the hours I spent putting it up there.
The changing table is right by the door, and it's well stocked with little clothes, hair barrettes and ribbons, and baby care items.
On the other side of the door is the closet. I've hung her wardrobe (as much as I could) because it's easier for me to see what we have. Things like T-shirts, onesies, socks, and hats live in the dresser, so here we have all her jammies and bodysuits. As you can see, I have not washed a lot of things and left tags on in case they don't fit. I added dividers to help me differentiate sizes: 0-3 months, 3-6, 6-9, etc.
On the other side of the changing table by the window, we've stashed the Diaper Genie out of sight with extra diapers. The laundry basket I found is the best, tall with easy-to-carry handles. It fits in the little space perfectly. The blue thing is the bath sponge that we'll use on the counter for sponge baths, then later in the tub for regular baths. It will live in the bathroom, but it's here for now.
Next to all that is the crib, sheets and bumper washed and ready.
In the other corner by the second window is the glider, which glides back and forth and reclines almost completely. Our hospital bags, hers and his, are on the floor next to a few decal birds.
The bookshelf faces the chair on an angle. It's quite large and we'll need the growing space. So far we have some of my books, books for older kids and a few for toddlers and babies; the baby monitor; iPod filled with kids' music; toys; and bigger blankets.
Also some pictures: two of Ray and I on our wedding day (sorry about the flash on you Ray :), and a shot I really love of my mom and I in Charleston when I was two.
Not permanent fixtures: on the floor next to the closet are the infant carseat and Snap 'N Go stroller. The Snap 'Go turns the carseat into a stroller; its very light and the seat fits into it perfectly. We're purchasing the main stroller (which comes with a bassinet) this weekend.
That's about it!