I need help. It's a dilemma, you see.
What you see here is an entry way.
The view is looking from the kitchen into the living room.
Nathan has just finally finished the drywall there, so I get to paint it! I'm currently working on wiping it down so that I can break out the primer with paint to follow tomorrow.
But here's my problem:
Do you see it?
See, there's that funny corner, there. It was completely unavoidable. The kitchen is a fixed-up, old addition on an even older house, and things just don't meet up well on old houses. Nathan fooled with that thing until he was spitting nails, but it firmly refused to comply. So we ended up with a funny corner. At the time, I said, "Who care? It's quirky. Don't make yourself crazy over it. We can live with a funny corner." But now, as I prepare to paint it, I'm faced with the main problem with funny corner presents.
What color do I paint that narrow, little two-inch wide surface?
It's in the same plane as the inside of the entry way, but it's visually part of the kitchen walls.
So what do I do? Make a little edge there and paint it the same color as the walls, or edge it carefully up in the color of the entryway? I'm leaning toward the latter, but I need opinions on this matter. (Insert "poet, don't know it" comment here.) Either way is going to be a pain in the behinder to paint, so I'm not going for "easiest", I'm going for "looks less weird".
I don't know what to do! Weigh in!
Post haste, if you'd be so kind.
(Methinks this is a "first world" problem if there ever was one. Am spoiled, yes.)