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I've had a few days of just observing my Lily and she really doesn't want to have her entrance and kitchen closing off a large part of the downstairs area. So I've looked at some passthrough/hole-in-the-wall ideas on Pinterest. I like the idea of copying the rounded tops of the doorways and remove the entire back section of the kitchen wall. I have low cabinet and low stove in front of it, so don't need to cut more lower down. I will also cut about half an inch from the edge (or more, to keep its strength). Or perhaps just a single opening half the width of the space would be enough? So the stove would have some wall behind it to mount the utensil rack. My main concern is this: if I cut it out and then try and wrestle the section in position in the house - will it be fragile and break? If I cut it after gluing in position - how on earth will I manage that? After the cut, I suppose I could cut some artist board into matching frames (like the door frames) to give it a nice finish. Have any of you done something similar and could you share some advice please? Oh my goodness, this Lily is a very sassy young lady!