...that keep 'em happy - sometimes!
Without going into a lot of detail, LOML and I pulled the trigger on a remodel of our master bathroom several weeks ago. It took about a month for the contractor to do the major work involved - remove three doors, take out two walls, add a wall, etc. Other than keeping an eye on them, I didn't get much done while they were here.
When looking at options for keeping some of the clutter off the countertop, I thought about the tilt-out thingies in front of the sinks like we had used at another house. My lovely wife looked under the sinks and suggested there was room to add a small drawer rather than the less-than-useful tilting unit. A couple of measurements later, I had a plan - fortunately! The sinks I chose for the remodel are low-profile. I couldn't use the full height of the opening behind the false front panels; about half of it - 3.5" could be used, which works great for combs, brushes, etc. I'll add dividers after we determine how we want them done.
At the tub, we used a towel rack that matches the oiled bronze colored faucets. I wanted a rack long enough to hold a towel and bathmat by the shower, so I had to make one. Simple enough: read oak bandsawed to shapes similar to the bath and shower fixtures, then dyed. I used a 4' long 5/8" diameter dowel (from the borg) that slides through the center bracket and sits in the end brackets.
Nothing fancy, but it made sawdust! Now maybe I can get back to my platform bed build!!!