trim for vinyl bathroom floor?
Last week I had the vinyl floor in my downstairs bathroom replaced. Parts of the floor beneath it was rotting, so they replaced those areas and put in plywood under the vinyl. The result looks very nice--except for the edging. Instead of wood molding at the edges, there is caulking. The installer said the room is too crooked and irregular (with wide plank wood walls) to use any kind of rigid molding. He suggested a product (I don't know what it's called) made of rubber or vinyl that goes several inches up the wall. Even if I get it in dark brown to sort of match the walls, I'm concerned that it's going to look very out of place.
What do you think? Do you have any other ideas for me?