This very small bathroom had a stall shower and shelves built into the side, purposely covering a window. Once we tore out everything we broke into the spare bedroom on the left side of the bathroom and added an additional 16 inches of space to expand the room. It had three layers of wall paper and some very fragile lathe underneath so we opted instead to use the beadboard all around the room. We found cabinets and a nice 50s sink at an archetectural salvage yard and the bathtub we actually salvaged from a farmer's field. Once all the plumbing was finished, we put in a linoleum floor and trimmed with oak.
Paint • Bead board • Roll of linolelum • Recycled cabinets and sink • Wood trim Also used Tough as Tile to restore the tub.