URGENT -Fireclay Apron Sink not installed how I expected
Would like some advice. We are currently building a home and I told the GC that I wanted a Rohl Shaw Original Fireclay Apron Front Sink. He said that was fine & installation wouldn't be a problem. Finally the cabinets started going in - so exciting. Not so exciting when he finally got the sink in ... from the looks of it he cut the opening for the sink to big so he used wood trim around the seams and caulk to fill in. IT LOOKS TERRIBLE! I will try to post a pic if I can figure it out. My GC said if they can't fix it to make me happy then we will have to get a new cabinet. My thinking is, if the carpenter didn't know how to do it then why didn't he ask someone else to help him or do it for him.
I am just wondering if anyone can give any suggestions on "fixing" this or if by professional opinion getting a new cabinet is the only route.