In this video I show you how to install baseboards with rounded corners. It’s a standard bedroom and I do the whole room (even coping inside corners) so you can see how a carpenter lays out a room and use that knowledge to do an entire house if you want to.
Some people use these corners around the bullnose drywall corners instead of cutting their own corners. Honestly, I like to cut my own corners for the baseboards. I prefer how they look, especially when paired with crown molding 3 piece corners.
However, this isn’t my house and I do whatever my customers want! So check out the video and learn all the tricks I use to make seamless baseboard bullnose corners.
Here’s a picture of what they look like after they are prepped and painted.
And yeah, that picture isnt from the bedroom I was working in. It’s downstairs and probably got a second coat of paint after this, but hey it’s the same base. I install a job and my painter comes in to paint, then I head on to the next job while he finishes up so I hardly ever have finished pictures… But you get the idea the corners look great after you sand them with the multi tool.
Hit up the comments and let me know if you have any questions.