About a year and a half ago, I decided to redo my bathroom (at my parent's house at the time). We had painted it when I was maybe in junior high or early high school, but it was time for a "grown-up" change.
Forgive the sideways shot...
This is the old room, looking in from the door. The big square on the wall used to be a window and was shottily "patched" up. The rest of the walls were in terrible condition - the product of tearing down drywall and not patching the walls up before painting (we were impatient back then)...
This is standing in the bathtub looking back at the door.
Again, sideways, but these are the cabinets behind the door across from the sink.
As you can see, the flower power wasn't really doin' it anymore...
This is the new shot from the doorway. I made the "bath room" pics with scrapbook paper and the corner shelf wasn't being used so I gave it a home with some accessories to go on it.
The tub never gets used, so the curtain is just for looks.
I hung a chair rail on the wall and used joint compund to create a stucco texture on the bottom half to hide the imperfections of the wall. I painted the bottom white and did a faux finish glaze on the top half to hide imperfections up there.
I added a glass shelf above the sink and the picture is from an old 1952 Seventeen magazine (Maybelline advertisement!)
These are the cabinets behind the door. The mirror on the door is so I can see the back of my hair!
I found these old-school hot and cold handles in my dad's garage (he used to be a plumber). I thought they would look cool as handles on the cabinets!
So here we are, 1.5 years later. I no longer use this bathroom on a daily basis....but it's still one of my favorites :)