Improving a bad tile to drywall transition
I am trying to prepare my condo for sale, and am doing a quick 'refresh' of the bath. A previous owner's bath renovation has left me with an overlapping/uneven transition between existing drywall & tile. If I was staying, I'd do a full gut. However, its not cost effective given my current situation. All of the tile is being professionally reglazed (white) tomorrow, then I will paint the walls (color undecided).
I need to visually improve this transition (this is a relatively expensive condo, and the little things will stick out). However, I can't decide between the following options:
a-Clean up the drywall mud currently on the tile, and paint the drywall down to the line of painted tile. I'm good with cut ins, but at eye level, this seems like a visual disaster waiting to happen.
b-Once both drywall & tile are painted, lay a thin strip of bright white silicone at the joint. Seems visuall better than option a, but won't hide the fact in some areas the drywall sticks out farther than the tile (don't ask)...
c-Buy some nice chair rail molding and just hid the darn transition.
Any expert advice (or recommendations) is certainly appreciated!