I wish to replace some missing beading in a stairwell. I've only a limited amount of equipment and experience, but I figured I could get a mitre saw and some matching wooden edging and the right stain, and it would be a simple job to match the existing beading.
When I went to buy some edging, I couldn't find anything that matched a piece that I pried up from the floor.
The top piece is from the existing stairwell. It is sitting on the closest match I could find.
The guy at my local timber place said the existing beading had been cut to shape.
How do I cut the bottom piece to match the cross-section of the top piece? Do I need a table saw? The longest piece will be about 1200mm long.
(This job just became much more difficult! Have I given up too quickly on finding a match?)