In the beginning there was this:
The black parts are not all mold. Some of it is the residue from the glue from the wallpaper. I treated the mold and put chemicals in the primer coat because replacing the walls is for a later remodel. This is just a cosmetic redo, but made to last for a long time.
Here, in the second picture, you get a better idea of what color the ochre really is, although I lightened it a bit and added a touch more red.
I originally wanted the trim to be the gray blue. In these two pics the new trim looks like tan, but trust me, it is green.
It looks a little more green in this picture, but not the true color:
And here is the finished job.
The color is not a truly accurate representation but with the lighting I couldn't get it exact. I haven't played with my new camera enough to figure all that out, yet. The green is a very light sage-ish green and the yellow is ochre. Once I hang the curtains and get the furnishings put in there I will take some more pics and play with the lighting to see if I can get it right.
Christine, this pic is for you to show you the tub surround I got.
It is similar to formica board, but it was called something else. I just can't remember the name. The finish is quite flat, much like real stone would be. If you look closely you can see a couple of the little fossil shapes on the tiles.