So without further ado, here is a glimpse of what I have worked up in my mind. Please disregard my lack of skills in displaying perspective properly but I think you get the idea.
To refresh your memory, the room looks like this now:
The color scheme is a toss up between navy + coral or navy+ pink. I really love coral and navy but I know its harder to find just the right shade so I might go with a pink instead. The loose theme (have i mentioned how much I hate the word theme?) is the tiniest bookshop. The space is really small but I still have lots of projects in here including:
1. building display bookshelves (anyone know how I attach shelves securely on a plaster wall???) 2. add picture rail and panel moldings
3. find a vintage dresser that fits the space and repaint it
4. repaint the walls
5. sew or buy new curtains/roman shade and lumbar pillow
6. paint 'bookshelves' on the panels
7. buy crib, chair, rug and changing thingy for the top of the dresser
8. make art, hang over the dresser
9. make bookish mobile
10. find matching bedding
11. stock the room with baby essentials
I'm hyperventilating making this list. If you've been following Brooklyn Limestone for long you know I tend to build rooms slowly - sometimes over years. Mr. Limestone is going to do a lot of the heavy lifting but his time is very limited too. And I know for sure I won't want a half finished nursery once I'm on full baby duty so time is of the essence.
So let's hear it. What do you think? Suggestions for improvement are welcome. I haven't bought or ordered a thing yet so speak now or forever hold your peace.
And what about feasibility? Can I reasonably get this done during my third trimester while still living a normal life?