Ellen Palardy
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If the chair rail stops at an outside corner or is wider than a door casing, you can finish the exposed end with a return, a small wedge that "returns" the molding to the wall. End the chair rail with a 45-degree cut, as if it were an outside corner. Then, on a scrap piece of chair rail, cut the mating outside miter. To create the wedge, make a 90-degree cut at the point on the scrap stock where the miter begins.

If the chair rail stops at an outside corner or is wider than a door casing, you…

baseboards like this idea to replace existing baseboards.  All straight cuts no mitering.

baseboards like this idea to replace existing baseboards. All straight cuts no mitering. LIKE CRAFTSMAN STYLE KO

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