We co-sleep, so we don't have anything set up for him. I do have a crib that is currently in storage at my mum's, so if we ever need to use it, we can just get it. But it won't be for night time, maybe nap time when he's bigger though. We do have an old family crib in the living room, so any naps not taken in the wrap on me will be in there.
We have a stroller too, actually, so that's another alternative for naps. No idea how much we'll use it, we babywear mostly, but it's good for groceries and such. :lol
Baby's clothes is in our bedroom closet. He just has a shelf in there (big, long shelves in big, sliding door closets). Here, you don't have a babyshower, you get presents once the baby is born, and mostly clothes. So I haven't gone all out on the clothes shopping yet, wanting to see what I get first. But most people are good about buying 3+ months stuff, so I've gotten the 0-3 mo. stuff he'll need.
I store his bigger cloth diapers in there too.
The cloth diapers (and wool pants, snappies, wash cloths etc.) we're using right away is in one of the bathroom closets, right next to his changing pad. We don't want a changing table, but we have a big, long counter, so we just put a changing pad right on there. And the diaper pail is on the floor there.
We have his towels with our towels in the bathroom closets, just on it's own shelf. We have the sheets in sliding-door-closets in the inner hall, several long shelves there we use for that, and his is there too, just on their own on one side of a shelf. In those closets we also have big wire-baskets for laundry, and he has his own. (I wash baby clothes seperate from our dirty clothes.)
I have a basket in a shelf in the living room where I have various stuff like blankies and burp cloths so they're easy to grab. And his outdoor clothes in a basket in the sliding-door-closets in the outer hall, and another one holds carriers and babywearing cover. (All the kids have baskets for their hats, mittens, scarfs etc. in there.)
And I think that must be it?