I have a room off of my house that use to be an enclosed porch under a second story bedroom. Only 2 of the 4 sides of the enclosed porch were open to the back yard, the previous owner closed in the final 2 open sides with brick that matched the house and it essentially created a small room off of the rear of the home. The ceiling in this room has mahogany stained white oak hardwood. The two walls that were originally open to the back yard are visible from the great room and i can not finish it to my liking. These 2 walls originally had outdated paneling which i ripped off the walls. I drywalled and it just does not flow with the rest of home. I was curious if I could remove the drywall and just use the opposite side of the brick as the interior wall finish. There are 2 windows and one door on on the two walls. I believe that i would have to get 2 new windows and one door as they are all framed 3.5" out from the inside face of the brick wall. Would this be a bad idea to remove the drywall and studs and have the exterior brick wall be the interior finish. I think it is a single layer of brick??? There are no outlets or other wires/utilities running between the studs.