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Corners don't have to be 90 degrees

Until recently, most interior walls ended in sharp, 90-degree corners. Today,
rounded drywall corners and chamfered drywall corners are increasingly
popular, not only because of their inherently softer looks but also safety.
Most of us can recall a time when a child or grandchild was running through
the house and smacked into one of those sharp 90-degree corners, resulting
in a bruised forehead!

Pleasing to the eye and touch, smooth, rounded drywall corners present a
challenge-color transition. If paint colors change between the two spaces,
the traditional 90-degree corner provides a definite line where one color
stops and the other begins. A chamfered edge softens the room while
maintaining defined edges. But remember, drywall comes in flat sheets.
There will be a transition just above the base moulding from a
90-degree corner to either the rounded or chamfered edge, as shown in
the photo.


   
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