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    Your right Randy. I'm just looking for opinions to support my thoughts. I have come to the conclusion that I will use a piece of quarter round painted the same color as the wall.

    Here are pics of the gaps as well as the rest of the renovated guest bathroom.
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    Here are before pics..
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    I REALLY like the glass shower.... got any info on it? Parts, materials, "How To"?

    As for those gaps... I think I'd just use a very good paintable caulk or as someone else mentioned, build up the wall with drywall mud. They're big but not so big that they couldn't be worked with. Another possibilty is just the opposite...dig out/cut out the dry wall so the cabinet top will fit at the outside corners....then use a little caulk to make it pretty.

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    Thanks

    The glass shower door was purchased at NY Shower Door, Freeport NY, http://www.nyshower.com/index.html, $1177 installed.

    During my project I also came across this site, http://www.wilsonglass.com/ which has a good "How to" area. I decided to have the pro's do this part.
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