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06-14-05, 10:24 AM   #1  
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horizontal wainscoting

We have installed horizontal pine wainscoting in our basement. What trim is used to finish out the corners where the wainscoting meetings - horizontally that will match up with the trim cap that goes on the top of the wainscoting and the trim that goes on the baseboard?
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06-14-05, 07:05 PM   #2  
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Not sure I understand your post. Wainscotting is normally installed vertically and the grooves tend to go together not requiring any trim in the corners. If it isn't too large you could use 1/4 round @ the inside corners. If you are talking about 2 panels meeting in the middle of a wall you could use a piece of latice [1/4"x1 1/2"].

 
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