Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: Sunny Southern California
Hi guys this is my first post but I've been making quality saw dust for years.
My thoughts on this quandry is uh! I don't know. Just kidding. It looks like there is detail in the casing so to make things easier i'd go with some flat stock like someone said. Then I would do the linen door first putting it visually behind the passage door. I would fudge the bottom of the top caseing as high as possible to just lip over the jamb and run the piece into the corner. then I would fudge the bottom of the passage casing as low as possible trying to get them as close to the same height as possible. the top of both needs to be the same height to make the visual pleasing to the eye. Then I would rip a leg for the linen from the inside corner out to a larger reveal making it larger like the top reveal. Then rip a leg for the passage trying to make each leg about the same visual width. the reveal on the jambs will be different but the doors are different sizes and kinds so each is now unique and the corner has some balance and the top visual line runs seamlessly around the corner.