HOME DESIGNER SUITE 2019
The room I'm working on has a staircase coming down into it. The wall supporting, or under, the staircase SHOULD be sloped to match the angle of the stairs. I think I finally figured out how to do that, but now I can't get the molding to display properly.
I'm having trouble making the wall angled.
This wall should be solid (ie: you can NOT see the treads/risers). The best I've been able to do is make the handrail solid, but there's still a gap showing the steps.
How do I remove the chair rail from this wall without also removing it from the rest of the walls in the room? - The rest of the room has a chair rail, but there should NOT be a chair rail on the staircase wall. (It'll be an accent wall). I've tried using the parallelogram shape to cover it. It's not only really hard to match the angle, but, I can't get it flush against the entire staircase wall because the chair rail is in the way.
The crown molding automatically displays on the back wall of the stairwell & shouldn't.
How do I extend the base molding all the way across the bottom of the stairwell wall. (When I extend the wall to match the length of the staircase, it automatically becomes a full-height wall instead of matching the angle.)
(See the attached pic/doc.)