Terminating Panel Moulding at O.C.
Doing some recessed paneling in my own house for a change. Every time I've done wainscoting/paneling for someone, I've had the luxury of terminating the moulding at door trim or some other "hard stop", so there was never an issue.
Both sides of the entrance to my dining room are an outside corner. One wraps about 4 inches to a closet door. The other wraps to one side of my front door. If I wrapped the panels around, it wouldn't look right since the other side of the front door is my living room (no panels). The other corner...well, I'd rather match up both sides and it looks like terminating at the o.c. is the best-looking option. Pics will explain better, so chime in if you think otherwise. Keep in mind the panel boxes will have rabbeted trim, a cap rail and baseboard at bottom rail when finished.
Thoughts on how to terminate the paneling at the o.c.? I'm thinking either run the vertical stile flush to the o.c. and maybe doing the cap rail at a 32.5 or wrapping cap rail around the vertical end..problem is I'm wrapping the baseboard around the oc. to match the next room. thoughts, suggestions are appreciated. Thanks, J