Our appliances were delivered today and we found out that the slide in range we purchased does not fit correctly. What happened was that our builder made room for a normal standard range that has the back on it. We made the mistake of telling him we were getting a regular stove and well...picked this one instead.
So, there is a gap between the back of the stove and the wall where the continuation of the laminate countertop back was supposed to be. Everything would now fall behind the stove if we were to leave it as is.
My question: should I just get a new stove or do the fix up to make it look "right"
And if we were to do the fix up, would it always look unfinished or could I make it look right? I was thinking stainless steel backsplash and my builder said he would be able to get a piece of countertop to put behind it. You would be able to see the seam though.
We can't afford to just get a new slab of countertop.