How would you trim this gap?

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patrad

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I took a wall down, built an island, and put a row of uppers adjacent to the wall. The wall is not straight. The panels were fixed width so I couldn't scribe. Even if I did scribe perfectly, I'd still want a piece of trim. I'm thinking a piece of screen molding but then not sure how to handle where the column, header and cabinets all meet by the radiator pipes. Or another suggestion I got was to panel it. What do you think?
 

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I think a trim strip like you mentioned and at the end by the pipe scribe and cut it around the corner and pipe. Where it butts into the oak trim maybe a chamfer down to a small flat so you don't cover the oak trim. Paint the trim and all to match.
 

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