Drywall Bullnose Baseboard Corner Mouldings

This radius corner 2-part baseboard corner is made of solid poplar for painting or staining.

The separate base cap is applied to the corner after the flat baseboard is installed. This allows the joints to be offset from one another which makes for a better looking and stronger installation.

We make our radius corner baseboard mouldings with integrated tangent straight legs. That means each moulding goes at least 3/4″ down the straight wall on either side of the rounded corner. The result is an easier installation process and a larger corner moulding. Radius corners that only cover the 90 degree curve tend to loosen over time and make the joint more visible.

We can make our sheetrock radius corners to any outside angle. In the photo above you can see 90 degree, 109 degree and 132 degree base cap corners. These were all made to specifically fit existing wall outside corners. While not shown in the photo we also supplied the 3/4″ x 5 1/2″ flat faced base for the non-90 degree corners as well.

Close up of the radius corner base caps showing the different angles.

These two photos show a similar main base as above but for a 1/2″ radius bullnose corner and a different style base cap. We produce over 100 of these for a project.

We also make baseboard and chair rail mouldings for these rounded outside wall corners. We supply these components with 3″ to 4″ long straight legs just as on the base cap mouldings above. While this makes for a somewhat more expensive corner moulding the extra cost is offset by a noticeable installation labor savings. Since our corner moulding goes all the way around the corner and several inches down the adjoining wall it allows for a straight foward joint between the radius corner and straight length components.