So this is how we now live.
Anna and I have a bed each. The photo is taken from one of the windows, and there is a second window almost visible to the left (you can see the curtain). On the left is a metal table where we heat and prepare the syringes with baby food, and bind that is a fridge for baby food and possible a thing or two for mom and dad.
On the right hand side (behind the pile of pillows on the bed) is monitors for the monitoring the babies. These are hooked up to a network and the information is also shown at the nurses' station in the corridor.
Behind that is the babies bed. They share a long crib, but they are the most comfy if crammed up together at one end.
In the small hallway just behind the clothes that is hanging on the wall is the door to our private bathroom.
Nothing fancy, but it works, and it hasn't "too much hospital feel" to it.
We can connect our laptop to a wired network to communicate with the outside world, but the cellphones are to be kept off since no-one can guarantee that they don't interfere with the monitoring equipment and such.
In our corridor is the nurses' station and we have access to a kitchen with a couple of tables, two rooms for breast pumps (allthough all rooms have their own breast pump as well), a tiny room with a shared telephone and a computer and cabinets where we go and get most things that we need - diapers, bedding, towels, syringes, ...
At the nurses' station three to four nurses and nurses' assistants work attending something like eight rooms similar to our. Well, most of the time they don't work at the station - the patients and the patients' parents keep them up most of the time.
This part of the neonatal ward is closely integrated with the ICU where we spent our first week. The staff is shared and the kids can more or less get the same care everywhere, but the monitoring and the closeness to the staff is "higher" in the ICU.