Seriously, if I don't get an answer asap my hubby is going to drive me nutso!
He tried to install a pedistal sink in our half-bath downstairs last weekend. We wallpapered first and there also ended up being some kind of a leak (now repaired), so the sheetrock was soaked. I kept saying not to do it until the sheetrock was dry, but noooooooo. He had to try "just one more time". So the result is that there is a gap of close to an inch between the top of the sink and the wall. We are not taking that dang sink out and trying again, so we need a way to cover or disguise the gap.
He wants me to drive around to different places that deal with sinks and ask how this can be repaired or disguised. Really. Not happening. So if someone here has an answer that could possibly help, I will be indebted to you forever. So will my husband, our children, grandchildren and future great-grandchildren. Divorce is good for no one.
I was thinking that maybe we could put up a chair rail. That might fix not only the gap, but also the rip he put in my perfectly wallpapered wall. Sigh. I am not sure if this will work and if there is a better solution or a product we can just go buy, please, please tell me. He wants to do this on Saturday, so I have two days to figure this out. Any suggestions will be appreciated!
Thank you in advance!
P.S. I tried to attach an image and it just wouldn't let me. Sorry.