We completed the window and door trim and the wainscotting. We modeled the wainscotting design to mimic that of the dining room. We are very fortunate to have McCoy Millwork here in Portland, from which we bought the cove/crown moulding for the tops of the windows and doors. While not an exact match for the house’s original moulding, it is very similar and adds a strong dose of authenticity to the appearance of our bathroom (and kitchen, too). You cannot buy trim like this at Home Depot or Lowe’s.
We purchased a new Milgard window, because the old one was completely falling apart. While we try to reuse as much as possible, sometimes it’s just not all that practical. If the old window had had any aesthetic or vintage value, we would have put more effort into saving it. Since it was a complete mess, we felt better about installing a new, energy efficient Marvin window. We used Marvins for all our downstairs replacement windows, since the wood interior trim goes very well with our house. The no-maintenance aluminum exteriors actually look quite good and will hold up well over time.