Phil, the only thing that scares me about using the real wood for the molding is that it is not nearly as flexible as the stuff that I used.(Take heart, Charles, this stuff isn't real wood) I had this fear of it popping loose as I bounced down the road. As far as the color, I actually was going to use the white, but the wood trim looked better with the vinyl slate, carpet and cabinet doors. I used a moss green carpet on the elevated areas, so it just seemed to tie it together better.
This stuff is so fleixble, I was able to use the white laths to trim out the wood shelves that I made for the closet. I tried your low oven trick that you used on the PVC, but it didn't work. What I ended up doing was putting it on the straight edge then using a hair dryer to mold it into place.
Real wood doors. Yea, I know what you mean. That's a maybe someday for me, but what I have works just fine for now...;)
Thanks for all your great ideas. Even the ones that I'm not able to use, helps me figure out a slight diviation that works.
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