… that is the question — between me and the wife. I had this idea to paint the foyer a darker color – you know, to help separate it from the rest of the bigger room it’s attached to. The foyer, if you can even call it that, is a little alcove off the “great room.” Prior to painting it, it didn’t really stand out as much of anything. My idea was that if we painted it a different color, we could make it appear almost like another smaller room, giving it more emphasis. The wife didn’t agree and had reservations about my “brilliant” idea. Well, when she was at work yesterday, I had a couple of hours to make “a run for it.” I grabbed some paint and went to town. I had the thing done in a few hours, cleaned up, and got everything back in its place. When she got home, she didn’t even notice!
Anyway, take a look at the picture attached to this post (before and after) and let us know what you think… Did the thing look better before or after? Paint or no paint?
You guys judge… I figure objective views would help paint a more accurate picture (or, foyer, in this case).