Since I'm bringing you along for this process, this is what we're up to so far:
The floor tiles were picked up quite some time ago from one of those builder-supply discount stores in my general area, called Grossman's Bargain Outlet. At 80 cents a square foot, I really couldn't beat that with a stick. I was lucky enough to pick up 3 boxes. I also found some matching bullnose wall tile that will go around the bottom of the walls for $2.47 each at Home Depot.
The paint was probably the one thing that I really had trouble coming to a decision on. Normally, I look at something and it is a definite yes or no. I know what I'm looking for, and it is either it, or it isn't. As evidenced by my still-unpainted bedroom, I have paint issues. For the bathroom, however, I finally settled on Behr's Ocean Pearl for the walls and Sea Salt for the ceiling and the trim.
The shower tiles are Home Depot's stock glass mosaic and runs $4.99/sq foot.
I wasn't going to replace my 1.6 gal/flush toilet, but decided to do so to save water with a 1.28 gal/flush model with cleaner lines than the existing commode.
The sink will also be replaced, since I really dislike the current sink setup which takes up far too much room in such a tiny space, not to mention, the previous homeowner cut large holes in the bottom to allow for the existing plumbing, so the cabinet is mostly unusable as storage space. I would like a small sink, since the current one is only used to wash hands. Nearly all of the tooth brushing and primping action goes on in the downstairs half-bath. Yes, it is weird, but it's more convenient for us. After the remodel, tooth brushing might just move upstairs. We're living on the edge, people.