We tend to watch a lot of home improvement shows on the weekends. You know the shows I mean, the ones on HGTV or DIY where they start with a disaster of a house/kitchen/bathroom/yard and 30 minutes later they've got a gorgeous new space. It's a great way to get new ideas, both for things we like and for things we don't like - even if we don't really have any home improvement projects on the horizon.
Of course, the easiest thing is probably to walk into a bathroom showroom and fall in love with something right away. Then there's no need to look at anything else. I tend to work that way. If I like something, I know I like it the first time I see it. The problem really is when I don't see something I really, really like, and then I have to choose from several different things that I kind of like but maybe don't love.
That's usually the way it works, and even if I find something I love right off the bat, there are always other factors such as cost that figure into the end decision. I think I'm glad we don't have any major home improvement projects on the immediate horizon...
There are plenty of other decisions that need to be made.