I'm sorry it's taken me so long to post photos of the bathroom! It's not 100% done yet, but this is pretty darn close. We opted for affordable tile: Standard white subway tile, black bullnose tile and a vintage-ish hexagon pattern for the floor. For both the walls and the floor we opted for easy-to-maintain charcoal-colored grout. I wanted the darker grout to create the outlined effect around the tiles.
The medicine cabinet is pretty standard issue: It bothers me that it's not centered over the sink, but we would have lost a lot of storage space if we limited ourselves to the 24" wide models for the sake of symmetry. To the left hangs a vintage mirror I've had for a while.
The toilet and sink cabinet match well (note the tiered bevelled edge on the sink and the toilet tank top), but they weren't sold as a set. The cabinet was a very affordable model from Lowe's. We sprang for a pretty fancy toilet, which my husband rationalized the cost of by saying, "Well, we'll use it every day." True enough!
We gave the Lowe's sink cabinet a little jolt of vintage style with these cute black-and-white knobs from Anthropologie (the ones that came on the cabinet were pretty cheese-y).
Here's a shot of the inside of the shower. Not pretty, I know, but I wanted to show you how the window is framed with the black bullnose tile. The stone on the window sill is a big improvement from the previous tiling.
This is the other end of the shower: Our awkward nook. I store our drying rack and washtub there. The stone was cut to fit the space and installed on a slight tilt so the water runs off of it. You can sort of see that the subway tile goes all the way to the ceiling.