We have a Web application with a right sidebar which shows a lot of vertically stacked cards with details (aka properties) of the main active entity. Each card contains a property table, where each row has 2 columns, a label/header and a value, which itself can be of different types (numbers, short text, long text, "chips", lists, even tables). We have differences of opinion about the horizontal and vertical alignment of the labels/headers:
Option 1 (horizontal: right, vertical: middle)
Option 2 (horizontal: left, vertical: middle)
Option 3 (horizontal: left, vertical: top)
Option 4 (horizontal: right, vertical: top)
We have read of course plenty of articles about header alignment in tables, but in all of these articles the headers are on top, not on the left, and there are multiple columns. Here we only have 2 columns and the header is on the left.
Do the general rules on table header alignment apply here, or is this a special case?