Little P and Norah as inspiration, adding a little "modern floral" to incorporate my love for graphic prints. We stayed within our budget by refinishing furniture we already owned and scoring some great deals from Craigslist. One of the greatest coups was finding a fabric that had the antique fairy prints I loved for $8 for 26 images instead of $200 for one. I just cut out the ones I wanted and framed them for sweet decoration that was MUCH cheaper. My husband also created another way to make open-faced bookshelves, using the many great inspiration photos from Ohdeedoh. He found decorative molding that already had grooves cut into it, cut them to length, painted them, and used pocket screws to attach them to the wall. The grooves keep the books in, and it only cost $3 per shelf! The room is now our sanctuary. Thankfully, it looks like we caught the cancer early enough, so now we are just anxiously awaiting the baby who should arrive any day now to come to her "garden"! Thanks Shannon! Readers, join us in sending healthy vibes and wishes to Shannon!