I now have a functional bathroom.
I have a temporary shower curtain until the glass shower enclosure goes in.
You can also see the skylight isn't installed.
Medicine cabinet with electrical outlets inside
The vaulted ceiling
The shroud under the wall-hung sink
Shallow bathroom closet
Everything just ties together so well. The minimalist design, the style of the wall sconces and fixtures, the glass block, the white subway tile w/ the black base, etc. I really like the medicine cabinet w/ the mirror inside and out. The outlet inside the cabinet is slick, but I was curious as to why, since there's already and outlet and switch above the sink. I also like the push-catch on the closet door to keep things from sticking out into the space.
One thing I did notice though, although not right away, is that there are no towel hooks/bars.
Good catch on towel racks/hooks since I don't have any yet. I have a towel ring going between the sink and toilet for a hand towel. The glass shower enclosure will have my main towel rack on the fixed glass part next to the sink. There is also a bathrobe/towel hook on the glass shower enclosure. I wanted to wait until the shower enclosure is installed and live with it for a few weeks before deciding on any other towel racks or hooks. I hate bumping into them when I'm stumbling around at night.
Pretty much every decision I made had the same big hit on cost.
If I were ever planning to sell this place, I'd be insane for putting a bathroom appropriate to a McMansion in a 980 square foot summer cottage. Whoever buys it out of my estate is going to get a heck of a good deal. In the mean time, I get to use a bathroom that is set up exactly the way I want it.
I "wasted" a bunch in bathrooms and flooring that was completely inappropriate from a value standpoint in my first townhouse...but I enjoyed it all for a year or more before I moved. Technically I made it all back in the sale(and especially how quick it sold)...but I could have done better if I went for more reasonably priced products.
edit: Oh, and you don't see totos in McMs...
I hung a kitchen in a small cape cod a couple of weeks ago. Some cabinets from China that were assembled here. Absolute GARBAGE! I told the homeowner as much, and told them that I couldn't guarantee the installation, as I had no confidence in the wall cabinets to not come apart and fall off the wall, once they were loaded w/ dishes,etc.
You got the car wash effect going on there with nozzles on two different sides and a hand nozzle to clean the wheels? You need to install a rotating brush.