My father-in-law spent about a day and a half working on them. He trimmed inside each window frame with 1/4" birch plywood
and then made trim pieces with a router bit (Roman Ogee curve).
The trim pieces covered up the rough edges of the plywood and butted up to 1"x6" used to fill in between the windows.
He turned a small piece of wood sideways to make a right angle with the 1"x6" boards and then staggered two layers of the molding on the edges. It made the window look much bigger.
After puttying, caulking, and painting, I think it looks great! I am loving My House this Monday!
Now, only about a gazillion more projects before we finish the kitchen:) What do you think, should we add board and batten to this wall? Can you do just one wall or do you have to do the whole room? Comments and ideas are appreciated!