Hey guys, Now that I have our new floor in, I'm ready to install our new baseboards. The molding I'm using has this profile: (We have some unusually long runs of hardwood, so I've left some expansion gaps a bit wider than usual to be on the safe side. We decided this staggered profile would look less bulky than 5/8" straight up.) Thing is, our walls's outer corners have rounded beads. Some people do flat (45-degree corners) there and fill them in, or use two or more flat pieces so the angle's not quite as sharp. But my wife and I think that actual round corners would be more fun... You know, kind of '30s. I just need to figure out how to makeor if that fails, where to buysomething the right shape and size: It'll then be relatively easy to match the 1/8" bottom with a small piece of bent wood or other material: The baseboards will be painted, so it doesn't matter what materials the corners are, as long as they're sturdy. I don't think such a short piece of 1/2" wood could be kerfed to bend that sharply, could it? Maybe some kind of flexible trim (vinyl?), maybe two 1/4" pieces doubled up? How would you do it? Thanks for your ideas. And as usual, please pardon my noob-ness.