Hi all! I am open to suggestions on how to cover this plywood up that forms the wall base of an X-Ray arm thing that my dentist had installed over the weekend. His brother was kind enough to put it in for him, and now it has fallen to me to paint the room and do something about the plywood. I was thinking of putting a nice quarter round around it and maybe painting it the same color was the new wall paint that will go on. The holes above it is where the old X-Ray arm used to be, nothing a little compound and sanding can’t fix before I paint it. Any ideas? The quarter round route seems to be the easiest way to go but I thought I would post on here before I got started on it this weekend. The plywood has to stay, it is bolted on and the arm is wired up already. It is functioning, just not too pretty. Thanks for any suggestions!
Handyman, painter, wood floor refinisher, property maintenance in Tulsa, OK
Edited 4/30/2007 3:53 pm by Pebble