Sharon Roscher on Dec 22, 2017I have the same kind of ceiling in our bedrooms and had the same problem. Rather than fight it, I decided to put tiny Christmas LED lights into the grooves all around the room. Turned out great - give it a try!Helpful Reply
62q10370829 on Dec 23, 2017You could try rope lights just hang on hooks along the top edge or any lights. Just put up hooks every few feet. I have the same in the house I'm renting put in one room pugs only on one side of room , 2nd room only 2 plugs & only one works, my room only 3 & 1/2 of one works & one doesn't & 3rd one works. So I can't do it. Good luck.Helpful Reply
Lsherbach on Dec 23, 2017I might add additional quarter round moulding to cover the gap...adds another dimension to your trimHelpful Reply
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2dogal on Dec 23, 2017I was going to say caulk, but after reading Lsherbach's answer, I like that better if it can be done.Helpful Reply
Rox24734622 on Dec 23, 2017This SOUNDS doable, but the surfaces (ceiling and moulding) are textured and not very straight... could be nightmarish in the long run. I think the caulk option is more practical.Helpful Reply
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