I'm still in the middle of my decks carpet to EVA foam padding upgrade and while I have the seats out, I decided to recover the back2back seat boxes with marine vinyl in place of the outdated carpet. While everything turned out just ok, I'm looking for any ideas on how to eliminate this inside corner eye sore. Basically, when stretching out the vinyl to cover a 90 degree inside angle, a 45 degree split must be made to allow both edges to lay flat. While it's possible to stretch the vinyl to wrap around inside corners on pieces that are about 1/4" thick, this particular area is about 1" thick so the inside corner can't be covered perfectly. The guys at Searay tucked a piece of carpet at each inside edge to fill in the gap (see pic) when they wrapped the seat boxes in carpet. I tried the same technique with the vinyl.. and let's just say it's not a perfect as I want it to be. Anyone have any ideas on how I can cover this eyesore? My wife says it's an area of the boat that isn't really seen, but my OCD wants to make it a good as it can be. Any helpful ideas would be appreciated!