The walls were butter yellow and the trim was grey. The fixtures were all outdated and pretty plain. The room is only 4 x 5 feet excluding the tub, so there was alot to cram into a tiny little space. The floor was basic vinyl and stained in several places. There was ceramic trim around the shower stall and the sink (not sure why, though, because it served no purpose and stopped halfway down the wall).
I started with the floor
It actually came up pretty easily, just very very messy!
This is after the floor, ceramic trim, and covebase was ripped up - nowhere else to put it but in the bathtub!
Next was tacking everything off the walls and spackling the holes - fyi: we had no idea there was a hole behind the mirror!
I've always wanted to get my hands on a tile floor - I had some experience tiling the top of an end table, but NOTHING prepared me for the headache of tiling a floor. Especially one with this many grout lines!
I added a piece of wallpaper sample to the front of the sink to dress it up a bit.
All the fixtures are chrome and porcelain, including the teapot style faucet on the sink, the light fixture, the towel holder, and toilet paper holder.
The room didn't have a linen closet, so I used this store-bought over-the-toilet stand to hold towels, makeup, hair stuff, etc. The switched out the nobs to some black and white ones I had on-hand.
The suprise hole behind the mirror was perfect for a small medicine cabinet, so that provided extra storage space for small items. The key to this makeover was to provide as much storage as possible in the small space we had to work with.