After photo - Remodeled bath showing tiled shower walls, tiled flooring (all 12x12 tiles), two sided glass frameless shower wall & door, Bellingham

If you are tired of having hair dryers (and their electrical cords), and curling irons cluttering up the countertop, have a pull-out built with storage for the items and hidden electrical outlets. It will be so nice to walk into the bathroom and be able to see that beautiful new countertop, totally bare.

Another popular idea is “floating” vanities. They can be installed on the wall, with clear space underneath, sometimes with lights installed below. This layout definitely shows off your spectacular new tile floor.

Sometimes a creative solution to storage can be open shelving installed in nooks your bathroom may have; instead of being annoyed at the awkward space, install shelves and use them for storage of towels and other items.

Have  a curbless shower built, with frameless glass shower door, tiled walls and niches for your soap and shampoo. Special lights made for bathrooms can be installed over the shower, to brighten up that shower.

Don’t forget a few stylish grab bars. There are more kinds of security than just locks on your front door!

Built in wall storage and new flooring