Trim transition( Ceiling, Wall)


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Old 09-05-10, 12:49 PM
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Question Trim transition( Ceiling, Wall)

Wondering how someone would handle this, going to run some small cove trim in an upstairs hallway makeover, kinda stumped on what I should do, where the walls meet the stairwell ceiling. Should I connect the cove trim or make 2 returns and leave the stairwell area unconnected.
With the strange angle, I'm not sure if I could connect it.

 
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The only way I can see molding looking right on that section would be if you painted that area with the wall color.
 
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Old 09-05-10, 07:24 PM
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thanks mark, yeah thats what I thought, I think it would look prety weird too. I'm going to just make a return on the wall and make an angle cut on the trim by the ceiling/window side.
 
 

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