SWMBO says she wants either some type wainscot or perhaps just a
chair rail style moulding installed in a bedroom. Shouldn't be a
problem, I've done moulding many times before and I think I can
handle wainscot okay.
What I haven't dealt with before is these houses that with rounded
outside corners on the walls. With regard to doing just a moulding, I
can imagine the solution is to get moulding that has rounded corner
pieces available. My recollection on this is fuzzy, but I don't
believe I've ever seen that at any of the big box stores. That's
ideally where I'd want to get it, but if Home Depot/Lowes don't carry
this stuff, what type of store does?
Now, with the wainscot, I suspect the way to deal with a rounded
outside corner is just turn it into a regular 90 degree outside corner
and not try and make the wainscot follow the radius of the corner.
So it seem like it would be necessary to use something like a piece of
corner moulding to cover the rounded corner, which would then give the
wainscot something to attach to at that point. Is this the way it's
typically dealt with? Is there a better way?
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