Re: Installing bathroom vanity in out-of-square cove
Yes, it was a pre-made vanity and top. One of his subcontractors will install the backsplash to cover the gap, however the gap ended up being bigger than expected, since the wall wasn't square, so the backsplash would need to be abnormally thick. If they had checked this before replacing the drywall, however, they could have corrected for it by furring the studs to square the wall.
I'm going to ask them to just slap on some extra drywall over the existing wall to close the gap, which I think is the simplest fix. Maybe they'll fix it for no extra cost, but even if they don't, it won't cost much.