For the kid's bath upstairs, I really don't have before photos to show because this was the one area of the house that was majorly reconstructed. The good news was we put in 2 bathrooms where there were already two bathrooms, so there wasn't any major plumbing reconstruction.
So, here are the two bathrooms before, both of which had an, um, interesting texture to the walls (looked like sand had been thrown on them while the paint was wet).
The guest bathroom that I showed yesterday was one of the bathrooms updated and here is the other.
Dressers: Ancient....heehee. They were my dad's when he was little and then my sister and I used them in our bedroom growing up. I was shocked they fit perfectly here.
Sink & Faucets: Kohler
Medicine Cabinets: Restoration Hardware. I wanted to use the recessed ones, but we had pipes in this wall so we couldn't.
Lighting: Can't remember, but it was not Schoolhouse Electric.
Yellow Things: Some figurines we picked up in Mexico on vacation.
Frames: Unknown, but cheap.
Artwork: Children in Paris, Back to School, Moon Phases, Anywhere, You are My Sunshine, and several prints by Tina Aszmus.
The beadboard is 55" from the floor and the ledge is about 3".
The eggs are a found item from an antique mall.
And, through the doorway, there's the shower/tub and toilet.
The oranges are a print torn out of a catalog by Oliver Jeffers.
Shower Curtain: I can't remember, but I bought it recently. If I think of it, I'll update the link.
Just to toot my own horn, I actually like the paint color I picked for the walls. Shocking that I was able to get that right. I was unsure if it would look too dark in here, but it doesn't, not with the beadboard painted white. On the tile, we used gray grout to kind of tie the two together. This is my favorite bathroom in the house. Hope you like it too.