Originally Posted by Jeekinz
1/4 round will work on the cabinet. As for the base moulding, the one piece of tile in the corner wasn't set properly. If you want it perfectly flush, you would need to scribe the moulding using a set of dividers or a compass. Then shape the bottom of the trim to fit flush against the floor. The very last pic looks like you could push the trim down to meet the floor.
If it's too much work, I suppose you could use caulk. Or leave it be and get some ant spray. The apartment I used to live in would get crickets....I absolutely despise crickets. I applied one of those perimeter sprays and it seemed to work pretty good.
Wow, that sounds complicated. I'm not sure what scribe means or what you would do with dividers or a compass, or what it means to fit flush--but maybe DH will. I would like to do this thing right if I can though. I've tried an indoor and an outdoor barrier spray, but somehow they keep coming back in--just not as bad. I'm beginning to wonder if they just live under the tile and come up where the tile and carpet meets.Hmmm, I see two ants there right now. Anyway, the people who lived here last thought they'd save money by doing everything themselves so the place is falling apart.
Anyway, so the bar and all the cupboard linings look the same as the one in the picture. And you're saying a 1/4 round would do the trick for those? And my base boards are actually caulked on the top. It looks like they're set in place pretty well, is it really possible to adjust any of them? (The people who did this all had an obsession with this really strong wood glue and it is everywhere, I'm afraid they may have glued the baseboards to the wall with it. They even used it to put up wall paper in one room!!!)