For reference, here's the before:
And the afters:
Almost everything was purchased at one of the local "big box" stores, except for the toilet and vanity/mirror which were purchased online (not that I endorse going that route for bathroom fixtures).
The floor is 2X2 slate tiles, which were mesh mounted in 12X12 pieces. In hindsight, we think they were intended to be wall tile, but we like the look. The walls are "Saffron Strands" from the Behr Premium Plus line. The roman shade is a deep blue, bought online from JC Penney.
We spent a lot of time, money and effort in such a small room, but we made a lot of what I would call "rookie mistakes" along the way. Lots of trips out for little things, lots of scratching our heads over why this particular sink comes with 1 1/4" plumbing when the standard seems to be 1 1/2. Or why this toilet is secured with screws into plastic brackets that are bolted to the floor rather than closet bolts in the flange like most others... weirdness (see above statement about not endorsing purchasing bathroom fixtures online).
All in all though, we are pleased with the result. We went from boring builder standard to a more modern style, in just a few weeknights/weekend days, with a toddler in the house, and minimal fighting. We're not jumping to start another project just yet, but we do have a few ideas brewing...