And the second question is your thoughts on wainscotting. I love it. I love love love love love it. Our floorplan is open as in our dining room is off to the side. It's defined by the column. It's not an enclosed room per se when thinking of a traditional dining room. So, my question is would you put wainscotting in there? LC says it might not look right, but even though it is open and doesn't have a doorway per se, I think you can just put it around the walls and stop where they naturally stopped. What do you think? I think it's enclosed enough to do so.
You can see there is still a small wall behind the column where the wainscoting can wrap around. So, it's bigger than an L shape. It's almost a u-shape. Sorry, for the poor pic quality. It's off my iphone. We still don't have the net. Yes, I'm still alive and dying a slow death without my tv and pc. What do you think? Would wainscoting look dumb? In case some of you don't know what wainscoting is, I put a pic below. Most people have seen it even they don't know the technical name for it.