I have trying to 3 pieces of trim (quarter round) to an inside corner. I can't determine the best way to cut all of the peices for them to fit together very well. I have tried 2 - 45degree corners and coping some of the pieces but not mater what I do it doesn't look very god.
Any help / suggestions would be helpful.
I like coping the inside corner the best. It will generally take care of a corner that isn't exactly 90 degrees.
How are your coping the corners? I put one piece in with a butt joint, the other one I cut with a 45 degree cut as if I were going to do two mitered corners. Then I use the cut on the face as a guide for my coping saw. I find this works well, and if needed a small amount of caulking will seal the deal.
Here is a video showing how it is done. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8ccy0wLErQ
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