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Posted by Pippie (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 28, 12 at 16:53

Hello, I'm new to this forum. My husband and I bought our first mobile home in 2001, which we currently live in. Our home has 5 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, a dining room, kitchen and mud room. We have a large family, hence the large home! Now that our family has left the nest, we are currently looking into renovating the living space. A couple of years ago we renovated the front room, which is our dining room now. Now that we are going to renovate the kitchen behind it we are having a hardtime deciding what to do with this "middle wall" that separates the dining and kitchen area. I call it a dummy wall. Any idea's?


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Is it like a bar height divider keeping everyone in the living room from having to see your dirty dishes in the sink? My husband wanted to knock ours out (it's a clutter catcher), but I like the purpose it serves. I'm texturing and painting it like we did the walls and replacing the countertop. I'll try to post pictures of my work in progress one of these days.


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