Paint colors for large, divided room?
The back of our new house is essentially one large room, divided with large cased openings to divide it into living room, dining room, and kitchen. The first pic is a view from the LR, through the DR to the kitchen. The good news is that we have found two paint colors we think we like. The question is, what to do in the DR?
For the LR, we like BM Waterbury green, a nice deep teal sort of color. We will have a tall wainscoting, probably in a warm white. In the kitchen, the cabinets will be the same warm white, with Valspar Travertine, a pale green, for the walls. It fairly closely matches a tile we want to use behind the range. The rest of the backsplash will be a warm white to match the cabinets.
Given the open lay-out, what would be a good way to go for the DR in between? I'd sort of like to get away from green/green/green, if possible. All three rooms will be separated by cased openings. There is no wall on the right between the DR and kitchen, but there will be a bit of casement to match the rest of the walls and divide the space.
Any advice would be appreciated, even if it means scrapping any of the above choices!