Here's the breakdown:
1. Dupioni Silk Thermal Curtains (in bone - no valance) hung wide and high to give the room a little extra height. We have three 31" windows all next to each other on one outside wall and these would be hung on either side and pulled shut at night for added warmth.
2. Our bedroom is painted a pretty sage green/gray color that we really like. It's warm and relaxing and we're planning on keeping it that way. The rest of the room will be mostly neutral - tans and creamy whites - with additional pops of sage and slate blue.
3. Blinds! We have four windows in our room that currently have horrendous blinds. They are awful to open and shut and they badly need replacing. We'll just go with a simple faux-wood 2" blind from Home Depot.
4. A full length floor mirror to replace my $5 bendy walmart mirror. This one is pretty and large and I think it would bring a more masterful feeling to the room.
5. Some throw pillows to bring the color palette together and make the bed look complete and inviting. The ones shown are from Target, but I have a few pillow forms I could easily make fun covers for. It would just be a matter of finding cute fabric.
6. Until about a month ago I had a very juvenile ceramic lamp (which found a new home in the nursery) and Spencer had a brown flexi-neck desk lamp. I've been wanting to get matching lamps for a while - little things like this can make a big difference! I have one of the lamps shown, now we just need to get one for Spencer's side of the bed. His desk lamp has been replaced by a much cuter alternative (given to us by my mom), but I'm still liking the idea of them matching.
7. I bought this Havana Duvet set about a year ago. In sage. So we've already got it. Strangely, it's not on the bed right now, but we have it none the less.
8. Right now we have a mattress and box spring on some kind of generic bedframe, but we don't have a bed. Meaning a headboard or footboard or anything of the like. I've thought about making a tufted headboard myself, but at $99 this bed might be a good alternative. Oh, and we also could totally use a new mattress. Nothing like being pregnant to make you aware of that!
9. I'd love to get a pretty rug that goes under the bed and comes out on three sides. We have nice hardwood floors, but it would be nice to have those first-steps-getting-out-of-bed-each-morning be on something soft and warm. This rug is plenty big (7.5x10.5) to provide the needed floor coverage.
10. This woven round storage ottoman would be a perfect little table next to an armchair. I'm not too keen on the price or the fact that our cat's one weakness (in scratching) is materials like this, but I'm sure I could find something similar and less expensive at Home Goods.
11. This is the Ektorp Jennylund armchair from Ikea. Again, not set on this particular chair, but I love having a chair in our room. We've had the glider in there since we bought it a few months back and it's such a nice addition. Last night I had Spencer move it into the nursery (so I could make sure it fit where I was planning) and I can definitely feel the void in our room now. Some kind of armchair would be great.
12. We have a floor lamp, but it's a plastic one from Wal-Mart. I keep waiting for the shade to melt. I don't mind it that much, but I'd really like something with a bit more warmth and texture.
13. Nightstands. We have these! Well, not these - but I figured they were a good representation of what I'm aiming for. We picked up two mismatched night stands (black and wood color) at an antique shop in Midway before we even got married. In fact, I think that was the same day that marriage first came up in a conversation for us. Anyway, I've been meaning to paint them a creamy white, but I'm waiting until the babe takes up residence on the outside of my body so I don't have to worry about the fumes.
So there you have it. Thoughts? Advice? Anything I'm missing? I'd love your input!