You said: "The problem is the other bathroom has rounded corners. How can I cover the gaps with the rounded corners without having to start over. The gaps are to large in places to just put grout or caulk."
Would a vinyl baseboard molding glued over what you have solve the problem? Vinyl is flexible, so it would conform to rounded corners. You'd simply have to get a vinyl molding that's shorter than your baseboard, or cut a vinyl molding so that it's shorter than your baseboard.
The option I'm most thinking of, is that if your baseboards are painted, you could repaint them... the same colour as your vinyl baseboard so that the error is hardly noticable.
Johnsonite makes vinyl baseboard moldings in 2 or 3 styles and each one in over 48 different colours.
Any retail flooring store will have a current Johnsonite catalogue you can snoop through. Pick out a colour that will go with your bathroom, and order some vinyl baseboard in that colour. Take it to any paint store and buy some paint tinted to match the colour of the vinyl. Paint your baseboard, then stick the vinyl on.
Last edited by Nestor_Kelebay; 08-06-2009 at 07:52 PM.