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Help with asymmetric doorways (moulding)

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Attached is a picture (strangely rotated) of my problematic doorway. We are refinishing a living room, and there is also a normal doorway on the same wall. The three options we are evaluating for moulding are 1.) Simple mitered casing, 2.) Rosettes, 3.) A capital. On the full doorway, we are fans of the capital, but don't know if that would look ridiculous with one side ending flat against the perpendicular wall. Any advice?


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Do not plywood for jambs, the end grains will show.
1acre's suggestion is the way to go on this one if your going to use casing.
I'd just leave it the way it is.
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