So I mentioned a while back that this wall in our new house was going to get its own blog post. And here it is.
This wall divides our eat-in kitchen space and family room. Ideally, we’d like to see that half-wall removed, as it serves no purpose, and extend the hardwood flooring that is in the kitchen into the family room.
It appears that there used to be a full wall in this spot, and that’s why there’s a piece of molding running down the wall. The current owners have everything kitchen through family room painted in the same pale yellow color. Which isn’t offensive or anything, it’s just not me. I think that the cabinets and backsplash will really stand out against a brighter color (which will likely be a more muted shade of green than we currently have, though I still love that color) and the family room is going to be painted in the colors we used last summer when I repainted the living room on a whim.
So…the only way to divide colors between the two rooms, to me, is to leave that molding and switch colors there. Any other suggestions? I’m totally at a loss otherwise.