Here is the original mold damage. (Barf.) Luckily, it's all been remedied and rebuilt. The whole space is now framed out with new plumbing and electrical lines.
As far as the cosmetic look of the space, here are two inspiration photos I'm using as we select surfaces and fixtures. Many of the materials I'm using are either second hand or donated to the project, so my level of choice is a bit limited. But we're building a custom vanity in the style of the photo below. The flooring will be a traditional 1 by 1 inch hexagon pattern and the shower will be white subway tile. Inexpensive and classic.
Below are the fixtures going into our sink and shower from the generous people at Moen.
|THIS is the faucet going into our vanity sink.|
I found the photo below on Pinterest. This is very much in line with the look of my shower-to-be. We're using the same Moen fixture, white subway tile grouted in light gray and the insets will be backed with the same hexagonal tile that's on the floor.
I'm so excited to finally have a wheelchair accessible bathroom in our home. I can't emphasize how important this change will be for our family and for my son, Charlie.