First, this is what we started with, sorta:
Here is the inspiration bathroom:
I think it's quite a bit smaller than our bathroom but you get the general idea. Did I mention before that the floor is mosaic tile and costs like $6 per square foot? Plus, I don't really like it. Yay! I liked everything else except the light fixture, though. And that basket hanging on the wall is odd. I just have to finish accessorizing and our version is done.
And this is how things look today:
Now that I have taken these, I see that the worker men hung the doors back up kinda funny. Figures!
So, other than a trash can, a toothbrush holder and some other foofy things on the counters, and towels underneath, I think we're pretty much done. I do need to put a towel holder up but for now there's a hook on the back of the door and that's good enough for the kind of use this room gets. You can see how the outlet was going to mess with my rectangular mirror idea. Plus, like my fabulous husband said, everything in there was square so a little breaking up with ovals was not a bad thing.
So the only things that stayed, literally, were the hot water heater, the closet doors and main door, and the shutters. Everything else was torn out down to the subflooring and drywall and in some cases, clear down to the studs. Even the little knobs on the closet doors are new. I did not take a photo of the shower stall but it's your basic 4 inch white ceramic tile. I think it's in one of the other, in-progress photos, although not grouted.