Tiled wall to ceiling transition

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  1. rrafluap

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    Hi,

    I have an issue where I had the ceiling in my bathroom skimmed ahead of tiling. I fully tiled the walls and although the tiles are perfectly level, the ceiling is out. Obviously now it's too late to have the ceiling re-skimmed but I'm now left with a ceiling that has no gap at one side and about a 31mm gap the other side of the room. The edge trim that slides down behind the tile and wall wouldn't have been deep enough in this case.

    What I originally planned to do was to use a Scotia trim around and had already filled the gap with expanding foam to pack it out. But the more time goes on, I find myself putting it off as I'm not sure I'll like it or not.

    Do you guys have any other ideas of ways to cover this with a tasteful trim etc?

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    Thanks in advance.
     

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    That's extremely common. The top row of tiles are cut to the ceiling to reduce the gaps.
    Perhaps a plastic angle bead would neaten it up
     
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    Ahhh, I see. I did look at the quadrant but struggled to find it in the depth I needed.

    Thanks for that
     
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