Trim woes w/ built-in bookshelf
So I ripped out an ugly looking built-in in the corner of our basement, and built a bookshelf to fit in its place. All smooth sailing....until I realized after pushing into place (and having the electrician wire everything up, I know, I should have had this all set prior) that the walls don't meet up as I expected.
The result is that the bottom and right sides are totally flush. But, the top left corner protrudes about .75", and tapers down to the respective corners. That makes the baseboards easy, but I'm stuck on the trim.
Is there anything I can do with this to make it look decent when it is trimmed out, without taking this all apart and seeing what I can do with the left wall? My first instinct is to trim it out as-is, shove some foam backer under the gap, and spackle the edges so it just looks like deeper trim. But.. I have a feeling that is going to end up looking pretty bad :frown2:
Thanks for any tips or tricks..