Yes, the patching the holes and cracks in our old plaster walls is nearing an end. Actually it has been kind of fun, especially when I see the results.
I have always liked yellow. Yellow can be golden and sunny. So, I will eventually have a sunny yellow golden kitchen someday and I want to carry that to the diningroom. The only thing that separates the kitchen from the diningroom is a half wall and ledge.
From the kitchen you can look through the livingroom into the diningroom and into the entryway. So, everything needs to complement each other.
The entryway has this beautiful stained glass window.
The "rays" in the window alternate yellow and light (lime) green. So I am going with several shades of green that I will sponge on the walls. The ceiling will be sponged in complimentary soft yellows. The green I picked out matches the olive green scheme in our livingroom carpet.
That's our dog's foot in the picture.
The livingroom will be rag painted in different shades of a gold or amber colors that match what is in the rug. Those colors will compliment the brown furniture and rust curtains. Also note that the livingroom rug has blue designs in it that matches the blue in the stained glass window.
The furniture has been moved to the center of the room while I am working on it.
So, we'll see how it all works out. After all, it is just paint and if I don't get a shade quite right, I can always paint over it.