I know, I know. there are walls in minecraft, but not the ones I would like. I would like to see walls that are like fences, thin and able to place stuff on them (paintings, item frames, torches etc.) I have been building a map with a friend, and we were trying to make a realistic house, proportion wise anyway, and it is almost impossible because the walls are too thick and take up too much room. its not an extravagant thing to ask for either. the crafting recipe would be that of a slab, but going vertical and the amount crafted would also be the same as a slab. I mainly want this for aesthetics, but it could be a cool and useful thing to have. just give me you feedback guys
I've wished for something like this myself, although I fear it would be complicated to have in such a way that you could hang stuff on it. I also wished for "wall paper" which would be almost exactly like the carpet but would be put on the sides of blocks instead of the top but unlike carpet you can place stuff on top of it. Because if you're building interior walls in rooms and don't want them to have the same color shared walls, this means you need a two block deep wall instead of the one and just the one was already too thick. I have built large houses and castles and I try to keep things interesting in the interior but you run out of designs really quickly with these limitations.
I'd really like curtains too, which would be really easy because they could work a lot like the jungle vines do.
Essentially, this is the same as suggestions for "vertical half slabs." Hanging stuff on them would like have to be limited to one side only (depending on which half of the whole block space the wall is placed) since whatever you hang requires a block space in it's own right. So, if the slab is placed on the front half of the block then you could hang something from the front of it; if it's placed on the back half, you couldn't unless you go around to the other side of the wall and hang it there. That would mean you couldn't hang torches in the room where the "half block empty space exits. As a result, it still wouldn't really solve the issues with scale, and I can see people being disappointed with it when they realize that... but I'll support it anyways.