Vanity Tight Fit
you really should use a 33" wide vanity and add fillers to the sides of the face frame to take up the difference and close off the gap. Then cut the counter to fit against the drywall. Having drywall running down onto the top surface of the counter top is asking for trouble. It really should have a splash of some sort. Otherwise, the drywall is certain to absorb water and fall apart. The top also needs to overhang the front of the vanity to prevent water from running down the face of the vanity cabinet. Applying spackle or drywall mud directly to the wooden framing will not last either. If I didn't want the counter to wrap out past the end of the drywall partition, then I'd use a shallower vanity cabinet.
Last edited by Maintenance 6; 01-10-2009 at 03:34 PM.