We're in the process of replacing railings in our townhouse with
custom bookcases (kudos to Dad the carpenter!), and before we can
measure and build the second bookcase (on the dining room side), we
have to decide what to do with the column that contains ductwork and
pipes for upstairs...
Currently, it's clad in a very thin faux-wood
veneer, and to our eyes it just screams out for replacement as it
clashes with the rest of the wood in the house.
We've kept the rest of the house very true to its mid-century roots,
so we'd like to replace the paneling with something that fits with
that decor. We've contemplated brick veneer and dark cork tiles, but
we're stuck. What do you think we should do?
C & R
Dear C & R,
What do AT-ers think? Other suggestions?