Sheetrock Causing Problem with Door Trim
Hi. I'm doing the trim on an interior door and the sheetrock sticks out beyond the door frame so that the trim will not meet up flush with the frame. In the photo below I'm holding a piece of scrap against the wall. There is about a half inch gap at the bottom of the door, which tapers down to only about 1/8 inch gap near the top. What can I do to make this work? The trim will be stained to match the door, so I won't be able to use any painter's caulk to fill in any cracks so I have to make a good fit. The other thing is that the hinge side of the door is just fine - no gap. So if I have to fill in the problem side with some kind of wood strip I wonder if it will look funny or not as the other side won't have it.
Any help is appreciated as I am just a DIYer.