some one has gone way back..... the tile was a clearance item at lowes, they come in 1 square foot sheets and they are glass, so I made a little holder out of plywood that would hold one tile at a time and cut the angles that way with a glass cutter, had a lot that didn't work out, but on one sheet there are probably 80 + pieces to choose from. I don't know if I ever posted a pic with the grouted tile so I will try to find one and get it on here.
The maps on the wall covering was my better half's (Nancy's) idea... we just cut up maps and decoupage(sp) them to the wall with a clear sealer... they are all so on the bathroom door so when you are sitting on the head with door closed you can see where you have been or where you want to go.
We used standard white grout, non-sanded, and then sealed with a product called SLX 100 made by Prosoco not cheap but I was able to get a sample from where I work and it was plenty. The bowl for the sink in the bathroom as well as the kitchen
where just SS bowls that I deformed and cut a hole for the drain... the one in the kitchen was a bigger SS serving pan that we got a restaurant supply store and we cut a hole deformed the edges of said hole and installed the drain.