Another snarly 'how do I trim this' question
I'm hoping Handymac or other wood geniuses are around to help me through my latest quandry. We're putting in a t&g pine ceiling. Here's one view of it. On the left, it makes a transition to a drywall ceiling in the hallway and breakfast nook beyond.
Here's a view going back the other way, from the drywalled hallway. We insulated the cathedral ceiling with 1" polyiso (cellulose blown in on top)and 3'4" plywood furring strips, so we were expecting the t&g to need a stair step up to the drywall ceiling, and I figured I could do a little creative cover-up trimwork.
Alas, what we were not expecting was for the t&g planks not to end pretty evenly at the end of the polyiso. At one edge there's about 1/2" showing, and at the other edge it has grown to 2". Here are 2 views, of the left and right side, from lying on the floor directly below.
How do we make this work? Do we have to rip out that course of boards and make them all so the side along the wall gaps a little more on each board, to make up the 1.5" difference? Is there a way to trim it out so it looks decent?