In addition to changing your bathroom faucets, an easy way to remodel your bathroom is to replace the shower heads; you'll have an updated look, increased efficiency, and may possibly reduce your water consumption. There's an entire horizon of great shower heads that, in many cases, require only a few turns of the new head to install.
Take, for example, this Speakman Anystream Retro 6 Shower Head ($132). With a polished chrome overlay on a solid brass fixture, this shower head features simple curves and a 1920's era retro design on the 4" diameter, self-cleaning head. The eight jets and 64 spray channels transform low-flow water pressure into a variety of spray patterns, ranging from refreshing needles to a relaxing gentle rain, simply by adjusting the side-mounted handle. The shower head flow is an ample 2.5 gallons per minute, and the head installs on a standard shower supply line.
If you don't want to adjust the spray pattern for your shower head -- for a child's or guest bathroom, for instance -- this shower head may meet your needs; the Kohler Bancroft Shower Head ($40). With its 5 1/2" diameter face and 72 nozzle openings, you get a gentle, full-pressure spray in the shower. The head has a polished chrome finish and the proprietary MasterClean spray face resists hard water and lime accumulations. The shower head fits any standard 1/2" connection and has a lifetime (limited) warranty.
If you're a fan of handheld shower fixtures, take a look at this LDR Nature Made Five Function Handheld Shower Head ($30). Perfect for an outdoor shower or a kid's bathroom, you have the flexibility to move the head around at the end of the 5' long water supply hose. The rub-clean nozzle has a chrome overlay finish, and the head features 5 spray patterns from massage to aerate. Sealing the deal -- an easily operated swing-tab control, 2 1/2 gpm flow, and a limited lifetime warranty.