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You’re familiar with bullnose corners, right? Rounded, elegant, rich-looking.
But what do you do about the baseboard moldings? You can’t very well finish them off with standard squared-off, 90-degree moldings.
On his Build or Remodel Your Own House blog, Carl Heldmann offers some suggestions from Distinctive Woodcraft West.
The corner molding shown here has a rounded inner curve to hug the rounded corner, coupled with a squared-off outer profile.
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