After the most recent paint job. You can see we put up new light fixtures (well, DH did), I installed the new flooring, DH put in the woodwork around the tub after I coated it with marine grade polyurethane.
Instead of trying to replace the old mirror, we put a lovely wood trim along the edges. This framed the mirror, as well as covered the splotches where the reflective paint had worn off. We also replaced the faucets on both sinks.
Now, for the most recent paint job. I started with a light green, which turned out to be neon. Glow in the dark. Ick. I painted over that with a better shade of green, which also turned out just to be too green for the room. I decided to mute that color a bit by color washing over it, and this is what I ended up with. You can also see some of the detail (oak leaves and acorns) in the wood trim around the mirror.
The pic below was taken with additional natural lighting, so the color looks a little different than the one above.
The two under sink cabinets got a crackle finish. It's sort of rustic (read: crappy), but I like it. The groovy boomerang counter top, well, I wanted to replace that, but decided to keep it since it's original to the house and in good shape.
I think this room was the one with the most dramatic transformation. It's so comfy now, and when I look at the 'before' pics, I shudder. No wonder so many people ran screaming from this place when it was on the market. lol