Those stick out quite far.
Maybe if you replace all 4 rear arms and trailing links, upgrade the swaybar and link kits, run performance struts and stiffer springs and role the fenders you might avoid the tires hitting the quarters.
Given the work you are doing I will assume you are on a limited budget, the above list would improve handling done properly front, rear but cost a lot.
You could try some coil spring spacers similar to these:
Install them at the top of the rear springs and eliminate the softer travel of the spring, a 1" spacer would eliminate 1" of travel at all times.
You could buy some fender flares:
Line them, drill the mounting holes on the car, support them temporarily and mark the fenders and quarters below the mount edge, remove the flares and cut back the quarters and fenders (You may still want to roll the edge so it cant cut the tires if contact is ever made).
They come in all kinds of shapes and hideous designs and can be used to make your car look mentally challenged if done right.
The misguided tuner's (ricers) can take a perfect working car and modify it to have a horrible ride, ride on half the tire surface 50% less traction 50% more wear, spin, be dangerous in the rain, incapable of getting into some parking lots or going over any speed bumps...
You could find some 16" rims with the correct offset to run the 205-55/16 tires.
It would be less money and work to find rims that fit the car than it would be to modify the car to fit the rims.
You can make the paint job look a lot better, get a can of black bumper and trim spray paint, tape paper or garbage bags around the top and bottom of the plastic body trim all the way around the car and paint it black. Unless you paint these cars black it always looks wrong when that trim is painted the same color as the car, no mater how good the paint job, the only way to do it properly would be to remove all the trim and fill that gap flush with the body panels and doors and rework the bumpers which would probably make the car look weird.
It's like painting a car part, you can make it look good by taping all the bolts and only painting the part, or disassembling it and painting it. You can make it look bad by painting the bolts and fittings with the part.