We are having a very hard time figuring out how to seperate the color of our living/dining combo with our dining/kitchen combo. We have high ceilings and flat white paint all over which makes our home feel very cold and unwelcoming. After sampling a few colors, weve decided the best would be a milk chocolate to warm it up and give it that homey feel. The problem however is that our kitchen, which is sharing a wall with the diningroom, has lower ceilings. Im thinking this darker brown wouldnt be the greatest in there, and would rather paint it a green. Should we just stop the brown and start the green right in the middle of the wall, or at the cabinets, or neither? I opt for the cabinets, however my husband feels we should just split it where the kitchen ceiling begins. I think that would be too harsh of a line, and if done at the cabinets we could hide the small split above and below with plants, etc. Any suggestions would be very much appreciated.